Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Severna Park Primary Care Doctor FAQs

What is the difference between your personalized medical practice and a traditional medical practice?

Unlike traditional primary care practices, which may see 2000 or more patients, my personalized medical practice in Severna Park is limited to serving 250 patients. This allows me to offer more individualized and personalized care to each patient, without the need to rush through visits or keep patients waiting. By providing this level of care, I am able to practice medicine in a way that is both effective and satisfying.

How much is your annual membership fee?

The yearly fee is $2200. The fee can be paid annually, semi-annually, or quarterly. We accept credit cards, electronic payment, and Flexible Spending Account or Health Savings Account payments.

Do I still need health insurance?

Yes. It is important to have health insurance, even if you are a patient in a personalized medical practice. Your insurance will help to cover the costs of lab work, imaging, and specialist consultations that you may need, as well as any expenses related to hospitalization or emergency room visits.

Will insurance pay for my membership fee?

No, but many members are able to use their Health Savings Account (HSA) or Flexible Spending Account (FSA). We can provide you with the paperwork needed to submit to your HSA or FSA.

What if I need to go to the hospital?

If you need to go to the hospital, I will help coordinate your care in the emergency room and as an inpatient. I can ensure your hospital team is informed of your health conditions and concerns, and that you understand the recommended testing and treatments, as well as your discharge plan.