You are under age 60, value the patient-physician relationship and seek integrated, coordinated care.
You need a physician advocate who will take a proactive approach that guides and monitors your health.
What is My MD and how does it differ from traditional medical practices?
When can I sign up?
Do you offer payment plans for membership fees?
Why is it important that a doctor have hospital privileges?
You deserve continuity of care in and out of the hospital. As your primary care physician, I am mindful of your history, personality and preferences, whether your care takes place at a Critical Care Unit, Medical Ward or office. Hospital privileges mean I have passed a strict peer and formal credentialing process just to be eligible. These privileges give me the ability to coordinate hospital care among specialists and bring a collaborative medical history to all members of the team.