Stanford Joins Concierge Medicine

Stanford Hospital and Clinics joins concierge medicine with a distinguished primary care practice to compliment its Executive Health program. The Stanford Concierge Medicine program is a retainer based program with patients paying monthly fees for the personalized care. The program is a model of personalized care.

Stanford Concierge Medicine Program

  • An ongoing relationship with a dedicated physician and expert team focused on your health
  • More time with your physician with minimal waiting
  • Seamless coordination of care with your other providers
  • 24-hour access to your physician and Concierge Medicine services
  • Same-day or next-day appointments
  • House calls when you need them
  • Travel medicine consultations
  • On site phlebotomy
  • Clinic based team of navigators to coordinate health care needs
  • A dedicated financial coordinator to assist you with billing and insurance questions
  • Complimentary amenities such as valet parking and executive lounge access

Stanford Concierge Medicine and Executive Health programs are run by Dr. Neda Pakdaman.

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Personal introductions to the program are available by contacting Stanford Hospital directly at 650-736-5370 or visit the site at:

Earlier this year we reported that another prominent hospital joined the concierge medicine movement, The Mayo Clinic. Clearly this is an indication that there is sufficient patient interest for development of this type of personalized care. Will this become a trend?

Read about the Mayo Clinic Concierge Medicine Program:

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Concierge Medicine Journal (CMJ) curates breaking concierge medicine news, and editorial opinion on a wide variety of topics relevant to the practice of Concierge Medicine.

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