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Tony A. Myers
Patient Rating
4.7 / 5 (Based on 44 Reviews)

Tony A. Myers, MD

Specialty: Family/General Practice

Areas of Interest

Adolescent medicine, asthma, diabetes, exercise and nutrition, pediatrics, preventive medicine, women's health

Year began practicing: 1993

Year joined staff: 2009

Education and Training

Education

1986-1990
University of Iowa, Doctor of Medicine

Residency

1991-1993
University of Wisconsin, Family Medicine

Internship

1990-1991
Emanuel Hospital, Family Medicine

Teaching or Professional Positions

Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Iowa; Cedar Rapids Medical Education Foundation

Professional Memberships

American Academy of Family Physicians

Honors, Awards, etc.

  • 2017 Nominee for Colleague award, one of Mercy's Annual Provider Awards
  • Faculty Physician of the Year in 1996, 1999, 2001, Cedar Rapids Medical Education Foundation
  • Phi Beta Kappa 1986

Certifications

American Board of Family Medicine

Personal Interests

Spending time with family, basketball, camping, cycling, fishing, reading history and woodworking

Patient Reviews

5.0
April 29, 2019
Dr Myers and everyone in the clinic are always nice and polite. They are concerned with my well being and make me feel welcome and not rushed. No matter how sick I am or how bad I feel, I always seem to be able to smile and even laugh when I'm there. I wouldn't go anywhere else.
5.0
January 28, 2019
Dr. Myers is always very personable and talks to me in a way as if we have been lifetime friends.
5.0
October 22, 2018
I have complete confidence in Dr Meyer.
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Provider's Contact Information

  • Office Phone: 319-861-7785
  • Fax: 319-447-8845

Locations

Patient Stories

Cherishing Life's Moments

July 9, 2015, was a day like any other for then 45-year-old Jodi Houser. She ran a few errands in Cedar Rapids and treated herself to a massage before starting the drive home to Walker. Then, in an instant, everything changed. Read more on page 12.