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FOR PATIENTS

Ms.Medicine is exceptional, accessible concierge medicine. It is the healthcare women deserve today.Our comprehensive women’s primary care and specialty care services include a focus on prevention and well-being. Our specialty trained women’s health doctors bring years of experience in internal medicine, heart care, weight management, sleep, urgent care, menopause management, sexual health, breast cancer risk assessment and prevention, cancer survivorship, genetics, gynecology, pelvic floor conditions and nutrition to each patient we serve.We believe women need and should expect:


  • Up-to-date, evidence-based care
  • Exceptional customer service
  • Easy access to the practice
  • More time with your provider
  • Direct access to your provider
  • Enhanced provider/patient relationship
  • Healthcare navigation services
  • Lower cost, affordable healthcare

A patient and provider partnership

When patients and their healthcare providers can have true conversations – ones that last more than a handful of minutes – everyone benefits. When more details are shared, and more questions are asked and answered, a more accurate understanding is gained on both sides. We’re not just forming a doctor/patient relationship, we’re establishing a partnership. One we know will lead to not just improved treatment of immediate concerns, but better overall health for years to come.

Gender-specific care

Progress has been made to make better healthcare for women. For example, a 1993 act mandated inclusion of women and minorities in clinical trials funded by the NIH. But more than 25 years later, women’s healthcare is still inadequate.

That’s why we look deeper into the fundamental health differences between men and women and bring individualized care to those we serve.

Just a few health differences between men and women:

  • Stroke: About 55,000 more women than men have a stroke each year. However, the signs of a stroke in women (weakness, fever, changed mental status) present differently than “classic” symptoms, often leading to misdiagnosis. Women who survive a stroke have a worse quality of life than their male counterparts.
  • Heart disease: Overall prevalence and risk factors affect women differently than men, and the signs of heart attack in women also present differently. Women are more than 50% more likely than men to die in the first year after a heart attack.
  • Cancer: About one in five people diagnosed with lung cancer never smoked, but among them, women are three times more likely than men to get diagnosed.

Access, value and savings

Ms.Medicine practices are membership-based and charge an annual patient fee, instead of opting into insurance and Medicare plans. This practice structure allows you to have longer patient appointments, enhanced access telehealth, direct email and cell phone access to your provider, and improved healthcare navigation services. This approach was structured to add value to your health, well-being and quality of life.

The Ms.Medicine approach also helps reduce your overall healthcare costs. By working to keep you healthy and out of the hospital, we’re able to lessen your need for emergency and urgent care visits. Additionally, we are able to pass on greatly reduced cost savings for some prescription medicines, labs, diagnostic tests and other services

Exceptional customer service

Your time is valuable, and we respect it. We prioritize smooth operations, with minimal time in the waiting room, on-time appointments and a phone answered by a live person who is familiar with you.

A dedicated patient navigator facilitates priority diagnostic test scheduling, priority specialist referrals, home care services, home visits and family visits. In everything we do, our priority is you.

Locations Coming soon

Washington, DC / Virginia
Naples / Palm Beach, Florida

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