Richard D. Stern, MD
“I believe that it is vital to establish and preserve a trusting physician-patient relationship. Our concierge model enhances my ability to utilize both the art and science of medicine in the most personalized and complete fashion.”
– Richard D. Stern, MD
Concierge Doctor – Dr. Stern
Dr. Richard D. Stern earned a bachelor’s degree from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri and a degree in medicine from Wright State University. He completed his residency in Internal Medicine at Evanston/Glenbrook Hospitals, where he served as the Chief Medical Resident.
Dr. Stern, who has been in private practice for the past 23 years, is a senior attending physician at NorthShore University Health Systems.
Dr. Stern is board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and is a member of the American College of Physicians, the American Medical Association and the Chicago Medical Society.
NorthShore University Health System
- Glenbrook Hospital
- Evanston Hospital
- Skokie Hospital
- Highland Park
- Internal Medicine
Question & Answer with Dr. Stern
After 24 years in a traditional practice, I had become increasingly frustrated by the many factors that limited my ability to devote the desired time and energy to direct patient contact.
Optimal accessibility and responsiveness from their concierge physician, which is provided without the waiting and time constraints.
I carefully estimate a patient’s cardiovascular risk through detailed history, labs, and other pertinent testing. From this, I can recommend interventions that may help reduce one’s risk from vascular problems.
Exceeding their expectations, earning their trust, answering their medical questions and truly understanding the goals of each individual when it pertains to their health.
Patients will be impressed by the superior level of care that can be achieved with a concierge health care service. Our concierge physicians focus on personalized care, and our medical staff ensure the patient is the first and top priority.
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