Private Practice Doctors’ Group Alive and Well

April 27, 2012 by  

Though many argue that private practice is dead, a group of local, independent doctors in San Mateo and the region think otherwise. One hundred and sixty-five doctors have come together to form the Private Practice Doctors of the Peninsula corporation to offer the very best in personalized medical care to the community.

Some of the advantages of private practice are that doctors can plan their own schedules and can spend as much time with a patient as they need. The corporation also plans to pool its resources, purchase supplies in bulk and share office staff, with the goal to pass these savings on to its’ customers. For better communication between doctors and specialists, it has an online communication system that will allow doctors to exchange information for the health of their patients.

Advertising of the services offered will likely be done through flyer printing, brochure printing, and digitally. Business card printing for the new organization will provide the necessary contact information and other essential details.

The Private Practice Doctors of the Peninsula group hopes to provide patients with more personal care and return to the “old-fashioned” way of providing health care, rather than reducing people to numbers. The group includes neurologists, cardiologists, urologists, surgeons, primary care physicians, radiologists and many other specialists. They want people in San Mateo and the Peninsula to know that they have options when it comes to selecting a doctor, and that combining the different medical specialties together creates an outstanding group of knowledge and skill that is passed down to the patient.