Andrew J. Mullally, M.D.
Dear Future Patient,
My name is Andrew Mullally and I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself and my medical practice, Credo Family Medicine.
My desire to open an independent practice has been a longstanding one. Growing up in Michigan, as the son of two family physicians who started their own family practice, I witnessed firsthand the excellent care that can be provided when patients have a doctor that they can call their own. From routine office visits, to unexpected health concerns, and even medical emergencies and hospitalizations, it was the continuity of the doctor-patient relationship that yielded excellent care throughout all stages of life. When I had the privilege to round with my parents at the hospital while they cared for their patients who had become critically ill, I was struck by the appreciation of patients in seeing a familiar face during their time at the hospital. It was evident they were comforted in knowing that their doctor was taking care of them. I wanted to be that doctor for my patients.
The opportunity to begin my practice has only been possible because of the dedication of my wife, Veronica. I met Veronica at Ave Maria University during our undergraduate education. They were a great four years at the end of which, not only did she agree to marry me, but she was willing to follow me up to Michigan for graduate school. While I was working on a Spartan MD, she achieved a Maze and Blue MBA all while working full-time and then caring for our first son. She is truly an amazing woman whom many of you will have a chance to meet while she works as the office manager of our new practice!
We were brought to Fort Wayne in 2013 for my residency training in Family Medicine after an exhaustive search for a training program that would respect my beliefs as a Catholic physician. We were so pleased to find such a welcoming and family-friendly community in Fort Wayne and we quickly realized that this is where we wanted to call home. We developed many friends among our neighbors and colleagues, and these friendships only reaffirmed our desire to raise our growing family in this community.
Growing up my mother always reminded me, “From everyone to whom much has been given, much will be required.” With this exhortation and fully aware of the blessings in my life, I am excited to welcome you to my practice that will provide you with excellent medical care that fully respects each person’s God-given dignity. In a time when much of secular health care coerces and marginalizes, I am excited to serve my patients in a way that not only heals the body but nourishes the soul.
I look forward to the opportunity to get to know you and I would be honored to have the privilege to serve you as your doctor.