"Dale J Trombley II, M.D. has been in the practice of Family Medicine in Anchorage since 1979 and has lived in Anchorage since 1964. Dr. Trombley graduated from East Anchorage High School, then Alaska Methodist University and then graduated from St. Louis University School of Medicine in 1974. Dr. Trombley completed his family practice residency in Dearborn, Michigan where he was Chief Resident the last year of his residency. After residency, Dr. Trombley served two years in the United States Public Health Service as a physician in a medical shortage area for a small town in rural western Iowa, after which he returned home to Anchorage. He served with the United States Air National Guard as a physician at Kulis ANG base in Anchorage, which included time during Desert Storm. Eventually he was promoted to the rank of Lt. Colonel and honorably separated in the late 1990’s. Dr. Trombley is married, has three sons, and an increasing number of grandchildren. For more than 35 years Dr. Trombley has practiced medicine in Anchorage. He has been in solo practice as well as in partnership and group practices. His all-inclusive experience entails obstetrics, gynecology, pediatrics, assisting in surgery, newborn care, geriatrics and internal medicine. Dr. Trombley is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians and the American Academy of Private Physicians and has been the chairman of the department of Family Practice of both Alaska Regional Hospital and Providence Hospital. He is certified for all classes of FAA examinations and DOT examinations. It is important to Dr. Trombley to be able to spend quality time with his patients and listen to their needs and concerns. Dr. Trombley’s unique approach to personal care and over 40 years of experience helps him create optimal treatment plans for his patients. In 2015 Dr. Trombley converted his personal medical practice model to the “Concierge” or “Direct Private Primary Care” model, thereby limiting his practice to a group (or panel) of patients that prefer to have personalized professional medical care. This allows for an unhurried approach and personalized attention."
"Alaska Private Practice offers Concierge Medicine and is committed to serving patients who value their health and their physician. In this type of practice, the physician limits his panel of patients to those who share these values. The concept of Concierge medicine was formalized in 2003 with the establishment of the American Academy of Private Physicians. Concierge medicine (sometimes referred to as retainer medicine) is a more personalized relationship between a patient and the physician in which the patient pays a flat annual retainer fee for medical care and services provided by their physician and for “as needed access” to their physician."