Dr. Stoyanov offers outstanding, personalized care for patients of all ages. She is highly respected in the community and by her fellow physicians for strengthening the physician-patient relationship through accessibility, outstanding communication, and utilizing the latest information technology.
I enjoy being a part of my patients’ journeys to improve their wellbeing. It is certainly gratifying to see patients improve their health.
Dr. Stoyanov is a family practice doctor with many years of experience. She believes empathy, patience, and hope have helped her as a physician.
Dr. Stoyanov is:
Empathic. Empathy is important to be able to see what patients are going through, even if you may not have had a similar experience; empathy helps the doctor-patient relationship grow by ensuring a patient feels heard.
Patient. Patience is important because not every patient will be able to meet their health goals right away. It takes time, and change is rarely easy.
Hopeful. Hope is important, because our patients often face challenging situations in their lives, making reaching health goals tough, yet not impossible – as physicians, believing in the power of positive change can go far. Sometimes, we are our patients’ first cheerleaders in the process of change aimed at wellness and healing.
Dr. Stoyanov is very kind and thorough. Would definitely recommend her.
Family Medicine Residency, University of Rochester/Highland Hospital
Medical Degree, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry
Bachelor of Science with Honors in Biology, Minor in Chemistry, Utica College
American Medical Association
American Academy of Family Physicians
New York State Academy of Family Physicians
A primary care physician is a physician who is rigorously trained to take physical exams, medical history and interpret medical tests to prevent, diagnose, and treat a broad array of illnesses and injuries. They help patients to maintain their overall health and provide cost effective treatment across all age groups.
Finding the right primary care physician is an important decision. Your primary care physician is considered to be your “home” for medical treatment. It is the doctor you see for the majority of your medical needs such as routine screenings, non-emergency illnesses, and who you go to to receive guidance on any health questions or concerns. When choosing your primary care physician you want to consider: