Education: John Hopkins University School of Medicine (Baltimore, MD)
Internship: University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry (Rochester, NY) – Family Practice
Residency: University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry (Rochester, NY) – Family Practice
Board Certification: American Board of Family Practice
William Klepack, M.D. is Board certified in family practice. He received his MD degree from Johns Hopkins University Medical School in Baltimore after completing his undergraduate degree in physics and science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology . His three years of Family Practice Residency training was at the University of Rochester Family Medicine Program.
Following residency he practiced in Nome, Alaska with the U.S. Public Health service for two years. Returning to the “lower 48” he joined a group practice in Bath, NY, where he stayed for eight years before the lure of a larger community drew him to Tompkins County in July 1989.
He has been active in the Physically Handicapped Children’s Program for many years and is Medical Director of the Tompkins County Health Department. He has chaired the public health committee of the New York State Academy of Family Physicians and received its president’s commendation for his work
He remains active in the regional Independent Practice Association which works to keep abreast of changes in health care delivery.
His particular interests include patient education, public health, preventive care and orthopedic medicine. Orthopedic medicine is the specialized care of problems (especially pain problems ) of the bones and joints. He enjoys caring for newborns, children, adolescents and adults throughout the lifespan.