Terri Ellen Bigler — Internal Medicine Specialist

Granite Bay, CA—Prominently featured in The Inner Circle, Dr. Terri Ellen Bigler is acknowledged as a Top Pinnacle Healthcare Provider for her contributions to the field of Internal Medicine.

Highly educated, Dr. Bigler earned two Bachelor’s degrees in Biology and Political Sciences. She then attended the University of Nevada School of Medicine in 1992 where she received an internal medicine medical degree. She served her residency with the Loma Linda University Medical Center in combined internal medicine and pediatrics, which is where she developed an interest during her second year of residency. With more than 25 years of diverse experience, the doctor is a specialist in internal medicine.

Dr. Bigler was privately contracted with Kaiser Permanente and the McHenry Medical Group for outpatient and hospital participation and worked with the group from 1997 to 2000. She is currently a shareholder and primary care provider for the Mercy Medical Group, where she has served since 2000.

An award-winning physician in California, the doctor worked in the Folsom, California area for many years and has been recognized by many professional organizations for her professionalism and expertise, including the 2016 Best Doctor in Roseville, California, by Roseville Tribune Readers; 2016 Distinguished Doctor Recognition; 2014 Top Ten Internal Medicine Doctors of Roseville by Vitals.com; 2012 Dignity Health Values in Action Recognition; a 2010 Style Magazine primary doctor top two ranking in Roseville; inclusion in the 2012 Health Grade Honor Roll; inclusion in Top Doctors in America from 2005 to 2012; and Compassionate Doctor Recognitions in 2009, 2011, and 2012.

A leader in her field, Dr. Bigler is affiliated with many hospitals, including Mercy General Hospital; Mercy Hospital of Folsom; and Mercy San Juan Medical Center; and is known for her cooperation with other doctors and physicians in medical groups including Dignity Health Medical Foundation.

Dr. Bigler is dedicated to providing the latest innovations in her field and was a notable member of the Mercy Medical Group Excellence Committee from 2010 to 2012; a member of the honor societies Phi Kappa Phi and Pi Sigma Alpha; and is professionally affiliated with the American College of Physicians and the Sacramento Valley Medical Society. In addition to her professional pursuits, Dr. Bigler has supported the University of the Pacific in its Physician Assistance Program advisory committee.

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