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Half mile north of 695N (EXIT 26A) in the Galleria Shopping Center on York Road.


Concierge Medicine in Baltimore, MD

Dr. Rob Stoltz is a board-certified primary care physician offering concierge medicine services for his private practice located in northern Baltimore.

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The Top 10 Myths About Your Health

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Here are my Top 10 Myths About Your Health: Myth #1: Drink at least 8 ounces of water every day. Don’t count your glasses. Most of us already take in plenty of water. A good way to determine if you’re hydrated is that your urine should be a medium-yellow color…

You may have heard it on the Newscasts…

Read about it in the newspapers…

Seen the bloggers blog about it…

But It Doesn’t Have To Affect YOU.

Of course, I’m speaking of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and how it’s affecting the health care choices that every person has.

rob-stoltz-with-patientRemember when…

  • You could call your doctor and be seen the same day
  • Your doctor knew who you were (and maybe even your family’s names, too!)
  • CARE was PERSONAL and you felt like more than just a number on a file.

The Affordable Care Act may be affecting the quality of care that YOU’RE receiving from your primary care physician. Primary care practices all over the country are being flooded with new patients. Wait times are getting longer in the office and on the phone. Visits will be getting shorter. And your primary care doctor is even LESS likely to know your name than ever before… and that’s serious.

Doesn’t it make you long for the times when personal care, personal attention and personal service was the norm? When your doctor didn’t have to look at your chart to know who you are?

It can be that way again.