When: August 17, 2017
4:30-5:00pm: Registration and Networking
5:00-5:30pm: Short Presentation/Opening Remarks/Q&A
5:30pm: Tour of Physicians Practice and Refreshments
Where: St. Vincent Fishers Hospital, 13914 Southeastern Parkway, Suite 208 Fishers, Indiana 46037
*enter through Door #3 and follow signage to meeting room.
Cost: $35.00-Members, $50.00-NonMembers
Description: Please join Executive Women in Healthcare for a discussion about a direct, personalized approach to family medicine – concierge medicine. The physicians at Priority Physicians, an Indianapolis-based executive care and concierge family medical practice, will discuss the basics of the concierge medicine practice model, what attracted each of them to the type of practice, how concierge medicine differs from the traditional practice of medicine and their view on what we can do outside of physician visits to take better care of ourselves. Following the panel discussion, members will be invited to tour the Priority Physicians beautiful office space and enjoy drinks and appetizers while engaged in further discussion with the physicians and fellow EWHC members.
About the Practice: Priority Physicians is the premier executive care and concierge family medical practice in Indianapolis, currently serving 1,100 members with seven distinguished physicians and offices in both Fishers and Indianapolis. Members of the practice enjoy industry-low patient ratios of just 200 members per physician, and each receive a comprehensive executive annuual physical, ongoing preventative care management, 24/7 direct access to a physician (including same-day appointments and house calls), complete subspecialty care coordination, emergency room and hospitalization consultations, well-child visits, and more.
About the Speakers:
Dr. Amanda Morris - Dr. Morris is board certified in family medicine. She is proud to have attended DePauw University, where she received her degree in Biological Sciences. Dr. Morris went on to earn her doctor of medicine at Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine in 2001, and completed her family medicine residency at Ball Memorial, where she served as Chief Resident in her final year. Dr. Morris enjoyed her practice with the Franciscan Physician Network in West Lafayette, IN, for 11 years before relocating with her husband, Brian, to join Priority Physicians in opening an office in Fishers, IN. She is excited by the opportunities to focus on proactive patient care and on fully-developed patient relationships as she joins our team. In her free time, Amanda enjoys spending time with her family, cooking, skiing, and personal fitness.
Dr. Emily Szewczyk- Dr. Szewczyk is board certified in family medicine. She received her undergraduate degree in Medical Technology from Purdue University with a year of training in the St. Francis School of Medical Technology. She completed her doctor of medicine degree at Indiana University in 2001 and continued her training in family medicine at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis. Dr. Szewczyk went on to practice with the St. Vincent Physician Network until 2010, when her personal and professional convictions brought her to Priority Physicians and the world of direct care medicine. She and her husband live with their three children in Westfield, where she is active with hobbies ranging from photography to travel and personal fitness.
Dr. Shelagh Fraser - Dr. Fraser is board certified in internal medicine. She attended Yale University where she received her degree in philosophy, as well as her doctor of medicine degree. Dr. Fraser completed her internship and residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Washington, and served as Chief Medical Resident at the VA Puget Sound Health Care System. She also completed a fellowship in Internal Medicine at the Regenstrief Institute of the IU School of Medicine. Dr. Fraser has proudly practiced direct care medicine in Indiana for more than a decade, and lives in Indianapolis with her husband, Dr. Stephen Fraser, and their three children. Apart from spending time with her family, Dr. Fraser enjoys reading, running, and involvement with local community programs.