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Drew Z. Satterfield, DO

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Facilities Southeast Primary Care - Cape, SoutheastHEALTH Family Medicine - Dexter
Groups Accepting First Option
Status Active
Undergraduate school Southeast Missouri State University, 2011
BS
Medical school Kansas City College of Osteopathic Medicine, 2015
DO
Residency University of Missouri-Columbia, 2018
Memberships
  • American Academy of Family Physicians
  • American Medical Association
  • American Osteopathic Association
Board certification

American Board of Family Medicine, Inc.

Certifications

Basic Life Support, Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, Neonatal Resuscitation Program, Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics

Biography

Dr. Satterfield feels right at home serving SoutheastHEALTH's patients and their families—and it's no surprise. He was born and raised in Dexter, Missouri, where he first became inspired to pursue a career in primary care as he observed the wide breadth of medicine the rural physicians in his community practiced. He's excited to care for patients and families in the region that helped shape him. When it comes to his approach to care, Dr. Satterfield believes in the power of prevention and in forming lasting relationships with patients in every stage of life—from newborns to geriatrics. He has a special interest in sports medicine, as he previously practiced alongside Mizzou team physicians during his residency. When he's not working, he enjoys hunting, fishing, photography and playing the guitar. He also enjoys rooting for the St. Louis Cardinals and Mizzou. He and his wife first met in Cape Girardeau, a place they're now both proud to call home.

Media

Parents Beware! Cherry, chocolate, strawberry — yummy ice creams? No, flavorings found in electronic cigarettes, or e-cigarettes, that all too often attract young consumers. There is nothing good about e-cigarettes, and Southeast primary care physician Dr. Drew Satterfield explains why.