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Caring for you & your family

Our primary care doctors and staff look forward to caring for all members of your family.The relationship you build with Annapolis Internal Medicine is one of the most important you’ll ever have, allowing for optimal management of your health. At AIM, we are committed to being your most trusted primary healthcare partner by focusing on your individual needs.

Our goal is to make healthcare easy and convenient for patients of Annapolis Internal Medicine! Our experienced and knowledgeable Nurse Practitioners diagnose and treat common illnesses, injuries and minor wounds. We also offer well-woman examinations and pregnancy testing, as well as rapid influenza and strep throat tests, and much, much more. Click the “Services” link for a comprehensive list of services offered.


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AIM is Opening Back Up May 26th

Dear Patient,

AIM will be opening up our office starting May 26, 2020, for preventive, chronic, and sick care visits. Your safety is our first priority and we are taking all necessary precautions, based on guidance provided by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

Our precautions include the following:

We request that all patients wear a well fitting mask or face covering that covers both the mouth and nose. Please come alone unless you need assistance.

If you develop an acute illness involving fevers, chills, or cough on the day of or prior to your appointment, please notify us as soon as possible so that we may discuss changing your office visit to a televisit.

Most insurance companies including Medicare cover televisits and patients in high-risk groups may want to opt-in for this if feasible. High-risk groups include the following:

Many conditions can cause a person to be immunocompromised, including cancer treatment, bone marrow or organ transplantation, immune deficiencies, poorly controlled HIV or AIDS, and prolonged use of corticosteroids and other immune weakening medications

We will continue to offer televisits for all types of visits and our Walk-In Clinic will remain Virtual in the initial stage of our reopening. Our website is


The Physicians and Staff of AIM.