Mission Health is pleased to announce the addition of Meera Dagli, MD. Dr. Dagli joins Mission Internal Medicine from Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, D.C., where she completed her residency and served as a part-time hospitalist.
“It is our pleasure to warmly welcome Dr. Dagli to the group of providers and caregivers at Mission Internal Medicine,” said Angie Wills, Vice President, Clinical Programs, Mission Health, and Interim Vice President, Mission Medical Associates Operations. “Dr. Dagli’s previous work with ambulatory services, inpatient and outpatient care, as well as high academic honors makes her a noteworthy addition to our strong team.”
Dr. Dagli is a graduate of George Washington University in Washington, D.C., and subsequently completed her internal medicine residency at Georgetown University Hospital, also in Washington, D.C. Dr. Dagli is board certified in internal medicine.
“I am excited to be transitioning my life and work to the mountains of western North Carolina and Mission Health,” said Dr. Dagli. “I believe in treating each patient with high regard and making sure patients feel comfortable with the level of care they are receiving, while always taking the time needed to ensure all patients have clear communication from myself and our staff.”
Mission Internal Medicine is an outpatient primary care practice, offering both preventative and maintenance care for adult patients. The physicians and nurse practitioner with Mission Internal Medicine specialize in treating long-term diseases, as well as caring for life-long diseases and illness such as diabetes and high blood pressure. There is no hospital admission required to see a Mission Internal Medicine physician. Mission Internal Medicine is located at 310 Long Shoals Road, Suite 310, Arden, North Carolina. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Dagli, call (828) 213-8235.