What is concierge medicine?
Are there payment options for the membership fee?
What if I wish to withdraw my membership?
Do I still need health insurance?
Can my flexible spending account (FSA) or health savings account (HSA) cover my membership fee?
If I become ill and require extensive medical services, will my membership fee increase?
What happens if my doctor is not available?
How is my care handled if I get sick while traveling?
PartnerMD is a primary care practice. What happens when I have to see a specialist?
Are there restrictions on which hospitals I may use?
How do I transfer my medical records to PartnerMD from my current medical provider?
How do I join?
If I join now, can members of my family join later?
Does PartnerMD accept children?
What is different about PartnerMD’s Full Membership Health Exam?
Our approach to concierge medicine is rooted in strengthening the physician-patient relationship and developing a plan to maximize each member’s health. In order to maintain a patient enrollment that’s 85 percent smaller than traditional practices, our members pay a membership fee.
Learn more about concierge medicine by downloading our free eBook: Understanding Concierge Medicine.
In the event you become ill while traveling, contact your PartnerMD physician to help you determine your best course of action. As a member of PartnerMD, you can be seen by a physician at any of our locations across the country.
PartnerMD physicians will recommend you to specialists of excellence, which are selected from an extensive network of topflight medical professionals. These appointments are arranged and expedited through our onsite medical concierge.
To become a PartnerMD member, or to inquire about membership fees and payment options, call the location nearest you or click the red Get Started button at the top of this page.
Yes. Each additional family member can also join at a discounted rate. For more information on signing up family members, call the location nearest you.
The health exam is longer than the standard primary care physical and involves an in-depth discussion with your physician and a series of medical tests employing the latest technology.