$990/year Our prices are very competitive for people 40 years old and older. Plus, we offer a 15% discount for up to one family member (assuming both are 40 years old or older)
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"Certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine, Dr. Aimee Seidman also has enhanced qualifications in geriatrics. She completed her undergraduate degree at Johns Hopkins University and earned her medical degree at the State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center. Dr. Seidman trained in internal medicine at the Washington Hospital Center from 1987-1990, where she received the Saul Zuckerman Humanitarianism in Medicine award.
Dr. Seidman joined the teaching faculty at Walter Reed Army Medical Center from 1990-1994. She then returned to the Washington Hospital Center as faculty, and taught from 1994-1999. In 1995, she was elected a fellow of the American College of Physicians (FACP). She left academia in 1999 and established Rockville Concierge Doctors in 2006.
Dr. Seidman is the medical director of Asbury Methodist Village in Gaithersburg, Maryland, and served in the same position at Collingswood Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Rockville for four years. She has been recognized as a "Top Doc" in Washingtonian magazine every year since 2002, and also by Washington Checkbook magazine."
"Since 2006, Rockville Concierge Doctors has offered personalized primary care to residents of Maryland, Northern Virginia, and Washington, DC. As internal medicine physicians with over 35 years of combined experience, Doctor Aimee Seidman is expert in treating adults with acute and chronic illness and in preventive care.
Rockville Concierge Doctors is a modern-day, back-to-the-basics “mom and pop” operation, where we believe that the key to top-notch primary care is getting to know our patients, having the time to perform a careful history and physical exam, and coordinating care and advocating for our patients when specialists need to be involved. We provide personalized, patient-centered care for acute and chronic conditions, as well as preventive for individuals throughout the adult lifespan, from young adulthood to middle age to the senior years.
Many of the people who join our practice have not had a concierge physician before and were motivated to look for one out of frustration with their insurance-based primary care practice. As a concierge primary care practice, we do not charge insurance. Rather, we charge patients a membership fee for the year, which includes unlimited visits. This allows us to limit our practice size, which in turn provides flexibility and allows us to spend more time per patient. If we need to order any testing or refer you to a specialist, we refer you to a place that accepts your insurance."