When you want individualized care and a personal relationship with your doctor, concierge medicine at South Naperville Family Practice delivers. Richard Steslow, DO, offers this service to a limited number of patients, so he can spend more time with each of them in providing preventive care and managing chronic conditions. If you’re a resident of Aurora, Illinois, contact South Naperville Family Practice to learn more about the VIP treatment you’ll get with concierge medicine. Call or use the online booking agent to set up a consultation.
Concierge medicine allows Dr. Steslow to know you better, so he can give you the best medical care possible. He’ll take time to learn about your chronic medical issues, your health history, and your daily habits. With this service, Dr. Steslow will work with you to create a customized care plan that fits your lifestyle.
Dr. Steslow personally reviews and discusses your medical diagnoses with each specialist in order to coordinate care and present the most appropriate treatment plan. Concierge medicine means you have a physician that takes the time to listen to you, address your concerns, and provide you with personalized medical care.
Dr. Steslow has the training, knowledge, and experience to maximize your health and provide you with quality preventive and medical care. He’ll act as your medical advocate in times of need and assist you in the navigation of the medical maze.
Becoming a concierge medicine patient at South Naperville Family Practice offers you and your family numerous benefits. These include:
In addition, you’ll receive an annual EKG, advanced blood testing and a heart CT scan every five years. Dr. Steslow also offers you free admission to all of the practice’s nutritional and educational seminars. Financially, you won’t need to pay any copays, coinsurance, or deductibles, and other office fees are waived.
The current medical system is a massive bureaucracy in which insurance companies, the pharmaceutical industry, and the government interfere with the doctor-patient relationship. Now, many physicians are being bought out by large hospital conglomerates and for-profit corporate entities where the bottom line is financial gain for the company, their CEO’s, and shareholders.
Often, physicians are forced to see over 30 patients per day, resulting in shorter, impersonal visits. The physician spends more time documenting in the electronic medical record rather than spending quality face-to-face time, getting to know their patients, and focusing on the patient and their concerns.
Dr. Steslow has become increasingly frustrated with this type of conveyor-belt medical care. He wants to change the focus and bring it back to you, the patient.