Trumbull Regional Medical Center and Steward Medical Group Welcome Amber Hicks-Thibodeau, MD
The addition of Dr. Hicks-Thibodeau increases access to exceptional care in
the Mahoning Valley.
(Warren, Ohio- October 8, 2019) - Trumbull Regional Medical Center, a member of the Steward Health Care family, is pleased to welcome Amber Hicks-Thibodeau, MD. Dr. Hicks-Thibodeau is board-certified in Family Medicine and has clinical interest in obstetrics, gynecology and pediatrics. The addition of Dr. Hicks-Thibodeau enhances high-quality care to the Mahoning Valley.
Dr. Hicks-Thibodeau is a member of Steward Medical Group and is now accepting new patients at both Steward Primary Care & OB, Belmont located at 5170 Belmont Avenue, in Youngstown and Steward Primary Care, Austintown, located at 20 Ohltown Road, Suite 105 in Austintown. Appointments can be scheduled in Youngstown by calling 330-759-2511 and in Austintown by calling 330-779-3901. Same-day appointments are available.
Dr. Hicks-Thibodeau completed her residency in Family Medicine with Western Reserve Health Education, who recently celebrated the 40th anniversary of the Family Medicine Residency Program. She earned her medical degree from American University of Antigua College of Medicine in New York, NY.
“We are proud to have Dr. Hicks-Thibodeau join our care team at Steward Medical Group,” said Michael Callum, MD, president of Steward Medical Group. “Our patients will benefit from her skills and knowledge, as well as her commitment to providing care locally.”
Steward Medical Group is a dynamic and growing physician-led multispecialty practice group that is a key part of Steward Health Care—the largest private, tax-paying hospital operator in the United States. The medical group operates practices in 11 states, with both primary care and specialties ranging from Women’s Health to Advanced Cardiac Surgery.
Steward’s footprint in Ohio includes many unique medical practices with care ranging from primary care and women’s health to orthopedics and other specialty services.
Trumbull Regional offers patients many nationally recognized services and the hospital’s Center for Joint Replacement was the first program in Ohio to receive Advanced Certification for Total Hip and Total Knee replacement by The Joint Commission. In 2018, the hospital became the first in Trumbull County to offer Mako Robotic-Arm assisted technology for partial knee and total hip and knee replacement surgery. Its heart care program is nationally recognized for its standard of care and the hospital is the Mahoning Valley’s only accredited chest pain center. In addition, the diabetes program is one of only 85 in the United States and the only facility in the Mahoning Valley to earn The Joint Commission’s Advanced Certification for the Inpatient Diabetes Program.
For a complete listing of all the medical services offered at Trumbull Regional, visit trumbullregional.org.