Now accepting new patients in Northern Virginia — Dr. Mandana Shafai.

Concierge Medicine Physician Jobs at PartnerMD

A better experience for you and your patients. 

Be the best doctor you can be. We'll handle the rest.

At PartnerMD, we've grown from one doctor in 2003 to more than 30 today. We know how concierge medicine can allow you to practice how you've always wanted. If you're looking for a better environment to practice primary care, come take a look at PartnerMD. 

Dr. Victoria Solderitch, Concierge Doctor

PartnerMD provides the tools and resources required for you to deliver top-notch preventive care for every patient.

While concierge medicine has become more affordable, it’s still an investment. People make that investment because they deem it a priority – for their health, their lifestyle, their performance, and their longevity.

At PartnerMD, we take our responsibility for that investment very seriously. It’s why we strive to provide a truly exceptional experience every day.

Concierge patients want a partner to help them prevent health issues, so they can live the life they want to live, whether that’s traveling the world, walking their daughter down the aisle, or holding their grandkids.

Our doctors help them do just that.

I want to give my patients more! Let's talk.

Dr. Victoria Solderitch, Concierge Doctor
Dr. Rob Norris and Dr. Catherine Dekle at PartnerMD/s Sandy Springs office.

Time is precious. What could you do with more time at PartnerMD?

"In my old practice, I always had one eye on the clock, felt rushed, and was worried I might miss something." 

Sound like you? Then you may benefit from having more time at PartnerMD. 

As a concierge medicine physician at PartnerMD, your patients are guaranteed 30-minute appointments. You'll have plenty of time to:

  • Get to know them, their stories, and their families.
  • Discuss the root causes and address complex health challenges. 
  • Develop long-term plans for progress. 
  • Quarterback their care across multiple specialists. 
  • Research their cutting-edge questions. 
  • Get an accurate picture of their health without having to rush to the next appointment. 

I want more time! Let's talk.

Dr. Rob Norris and Dr. Catherine Dekle at PartnerMD/s Sandy Springs office.

What do we look for when hiring concierge medicine physicians?

As we've grown, we've learned a thing or two about what works and what doesn't when it comes to hiring concierge doctors. What doesn’t work is fairly straightforward – if you’re looking to make a boatload more money as a concierge doc or work far fewer hours, then PartnerMD is not the right fit for you.

We’re focused on using the concierge medicine model to deliver the best experience possible for our patients.

Dr. David Pong, concierge doctor, talking with patient in exam room.

You want to practice medicine the way you always envisioned.

Our No. 1 priority is always going to be patient care. We’re looking for doctors committed to the same – better relationships with each patient, providing the tools they need to achieve their goals, and being there for patients when they need us.

As a doctor, this is one of the top benefits of practicing concierge medicine.

Often, we hear this expressed in some form of “I just want to practice medicine the way I envisioned when I entered medical school.”

That is not packed schedules and anonymous, overloaded panels; neither is it spending most of the time running a tight-margin business.

Yep, that's me. Let's talk.

Dr. David Pong, concierge doctor, talking with patient in exam room.
Female concierge doctor listens to patient.

You are a mid-career internal medicine or family doctor.

PartnerMD isn’t a destination for doctors looking to enjoy a few years of laidback work as they head toward retirement. That our doctors might work less is one of the myths of becoming a concierge doctor. The truth is that our doctors just work differently and in a more rewarding way.

Our candidates tend to have graduated from a U.S. medical school, completed their residency at a top program, and spent a few years practicing.

A lot of our candidates say they “already try to give patients the time concierge medicine affords.” Many share their desire to develop better relationships or express fear of missing something because they can’t slow down.

I'm ready. Let's talk.

Female concierge doctor listens to patient.
Male concierge doctor on phone with patient.

You are focused on prevention, longevity, and performance.

When we’re hiring concierge doctors, we think in terms of these questions:

  • Are you experienced in and do care about preventive medicine?
  • Do you have the clinical ability to help patients live their best life and operate at peak performance?
  • Will you deliver the kind of compassionate, attentive, personalized care our patients desire?

If you’re a physician thinking about becoming a concierge doctor and read this thinking, “you know, that sounds like me,” then we’d like to get to know you.

That sounds like me! Let's talk.

Male concierge doctor on phone with patient.

"I like not feeling like my day is spent trying to stay on top of my schedule rather than really focusing on the patient care."

Watch this video to hear from Dr. Liz Bigelow, a family medicine physician who recently joined PartnerMD:

  • What's the best thing about working with PartnerMD?
  • Would you ever go back to a traditional practice? 
  • What do you wish patients knew about healthcare today? 

What can you expect as a concierge doctor at PartnerMD?

We know you have questions about joining a concierge practice. Here’s what you can expect at PartnerMD, from your patients to your day-to-day responsibilities.

We know actually making the switch is daunting. Here's how we help.

Female doctor stressed.

We're experts in transitioning to concierge medicine.

We started with one doctor in one office. Now, we have more than 30 physicians in seven offices across four states. In 2021 alone, we added six physicians. 

What's that mean? Our team knows how to help you make the transition.

We've found that actually making the decision, committing to making the switch, is the biggest hurdle. 

From there, we do as much as we can to remove the uncertainties of making the switch, from communicating with patients to training on a new EMR to managing the actual logistics of a physical move. 

How We Help the Transition

Female doctor stressed.

Send us your information. No strings attached.

You might be ready to switch today. Or maybe you just want to dip your toes in, learn more, and decide sometime down the road. Wherever you are in the procaess, we're here to help. 

Send us your information — a resume, a CV, a note explaining your situation. We'll review and provide you with suggestions for the next best steps for your situation.

No strings attached means no immediate big decisions from you or us. We're just getting the process started. 

Start the Conversation Today

Send us your information. No strings attached.

You might be ready to switch today. Or maybe you just want to dip your toes in, learn more, and decide sometime down the road. Wherever you are in the procaess, we're here to help. 

Send us your information — a resume, a CV, a note explaining your situation. We'll review and provide you with suggestions for the next best steps for your situation.

No strings attached means no immediate big decisions from you or us. We're just getting the process started.