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, we are mindful of your history, personality and preferences, whether your care takes place at a Critical Care Unit, Medical Ward or office. Hospital privileges mean we have passed a strict peer and formal credentialing process just to be eligible. These privileges give us the ability to coordinate hospital care among specialists and bring a collaborative medical history to all members of the team.
What is a Doctor of Internal Medicine or Internist?
How do I join My MD?
Patients sign a membership agreement and are charged an annual fee which gives them access to MyMD’s concierge medical services. Just call our office and we will be happy to assist you. You can also find additional information on the three membership levels – Live Well, Age Well, Custom Care – offered at MyMD Personal Medicine.
Are you accepting new patients?
Am I still responsible for co-pays and deductibles?
Is Board Certification important?
Board Certification means we have passed nationally-recognized qualification exams in the specialty of Internal Medicine and Family Medicine. It is important to note that not all doctors are board certified.
Why do I need an Internist?
Internists are often the first to diagnose a health issue and will make a physician referral to the appropriate specialist when the necessary treatment is beyond our scope of expertise. An Internal Medicine specialist will also serve as your advocate and navigate the complex medical system on your behalf. As someone who knows you personally, it is my responsibility to ensure you receive coordinated, continuity of care from start to finish.