Primary Care Doctors in Annapolis, MD
Welcome to Annapolis Internal Medicine
Expert Care 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.
RSV- Annapolis Internal Medicine will not be offering this vaccine at this time, please contact your local pharmacy.
Influenza- Annapolis Internal Medicine does plan on having an influenza clinic in September. Updates will be made to the website once dates have been confirmed.
COVID Booster- We have a limited supply of the Booster and can only administer with a routine office visit. Please contact your pharmacy if you have an immediate need.
Our practice is participating in the Maryland Primary Care Program (MDPCP), a state-wide initiative to improve primary care. Giving Practices Extra Support to Help you Receive Better Care Through MDPCP, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) will give our practice additional resources to help us better manage your care.
Preventive care is care you receive to prevent illness, detect medical conditions, and keep you healthy. Medicare Part B covers many preventive services, such as screenings, vaccines, and counseling. If you meet the eligibility requirements and guidelines for a preventive service,
Is there is a difference between medical care and health care? There is. Medical care is what physicians and other clinicians do every day with you in offices, labs, surgery centers, and hospitals. Titrating blood pressure meds. Checking blood sugar. Adding this medication on and stopping that medication.