E. William Johnson, MD, MPH

Dr. E. William Johnson is an Urologist in Exeter, New Hampshire. Dr. Johnson is board certified in Urology.

"I treat patients as if they were family members. That means that I care explicitly about their long-term outcomes, the total picture of their lives, and addressing them with transparency and respect. The first step in treatment is always gathering information through direct discussion with the patient and through the judicious use of appropriate tests. My next step is education, so that patients and loved ones fully understand the condition, the treatment options, and their role in the process. Only after education can they become an active and integral part of the healthcare team and make informed decisions. My overall goal as a doctor is to provide patients with the most up-to-date urologic care delivered in a compassionate and personal way.  I'm happy to have chosen Core Physicians, because this organization shares my goal, supports my approach and invests in achieving excellent patient outcomes."

  • Undergraduate: BS, Emory University, Atlanta GA
  • Graduate: MPH, University of Hawaii School of Public Health, Honolulu, HI
  • Graduate: MD, University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine, Honolulu, HI
Urology, University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, WA
Board Certified

Patient Rating
4.8 out of 5
385 Ratings


Core Physicians
3 Alumni Drive
Exeter, NH 03833
Phone: (603) 658-1277
Fax: (603) 658-1278
Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00am - 4:00pm

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Very professional and attentive to the patient needs.


Dr Johnson is a very thorough Doctor.


This provider is very good. He's always (INAUDIBLE). He talks to me and tells me what he thinks of me and I liked him very much. That's what I would tell people. If you want to go to a good guy, go to Dr. Johnson.


he took the time to listen for what I wanted to say and didn't rush my appointment


I recommend Core Physicians. I wonder... I have a GP group now (Appledore). I'm not happy with the service. They are disorganized. I don't feel they are following my problem. I have a serious short memory problem I'm 79 and work full time as an electronics engineer/inventor . It's my one person business [NAME]. This shmemory problem is very frustrating. I have to work to make a living. I need better treatment. A sharp decline in short-term memory could be more than normal "forgetfulness." It could be a symptom of a condition called mild cognitive impairment (MCI). It is believed to be a transitional disease between the normal memory loss of aging and conditions such as Alzheimer's disease. MCI has been associated with a higher-than-normal risk of dementia but not all MCI patients develop it. My half sister died from Alzheimer's disease. Does Exeter Hospital treat this problem? [NAME]


Dr Johnson is terrific! Very knowledgeable and concerned for his patients.


This practitioner, Urology, Dr. Johnson is outstanding. I would tell anyone who had any issues with urology to go to him. He's excellent.


I would tell my friends and family that Dr. Johnson and his staff. We're very professional. Everything was prompt. I was told what was going to happen. Everything happened, as I was told, everything was efficient yet all the time was needed for my care. So I can't wait to go back. Thank you very much.


I would use him again and would suggest they try him also


Dr. Johnson is very caring, kind and explains things in an easy to understand way. He makes a hard situation very easy. Highly recommend him and his team. ??

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