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The Osteopathy Doctors You Can Trust!

Bellbrook Family Practice is a privately owned and operated primary care office located inside the Sugarcreek Health Center in Dayton Ohio. Dr. John E. Murphy, III opened the practice in 1978. Dr. Murphy III recently retired after a long successful career of providing excellent care to the patients in our community for decades.  

Dr. Murphy has put together a team of high quality healthcare providers to continue his mission​ of ensuring each individual patient has all the resources and care they need to live a long healthy life. Dr. Kimbra Joyce, Andy Black, P.A-C, Kiley Ferer P.A-C, and Katrina Burgos P.A-C are committed to providing quality care to the people in their community and surrounding areas. Bellbrook Family Practice is based on the belief that our patients' needs are of the utmost importance, and our entire team works together to meet them. We welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best care in the industry.

Influenza is spreading at a high rate! 

Bellbrook Family Practice is seeing flu cases at a high level. Our counties are some of the highest in Ohio. Below is a link to information from the Ohio Department of Health about ​influenza activity and ways to keep you safe. 

Congrats Dr. Joyce

We at Bellbrook Family Practice are so proud to have Dr. Kimbra Joyce named one of Dayton Magazines Best Doctors 2022. Dayton Magazine asked its readers to nominate their favorite doctors in 61 specialties, from cardiovascular disease to maternal-fetal medicine. Dr. Joyce was nominated under several different categories. Please click on the link below to access a digital copy of the magazine.

Colon Awareness Month

Check out our blog page on colonoscopy 101

Regular screening, beginning at age 45, is th​e key to preventing colorectal cancer (cancer of the colon or rectum). If you’re 45 to 75 years old, get screened for colorectal cancer regularly. If you’re younger than 45 and think you may be at high risk of getting colorectal cancer, or if you’re older than 75, talk to your doctor about screening.

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