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MD2 International Brings Highly Attentive Medicine to Chicago
Date:9/24/2008

Pioneer of concierge medicine selects finest local physicians for new

Chicago practice

BELLEVUE, Wash., Sept. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- MD2 International, the pioneer of concierge medicine, opened a Chicago practice with two of the area's finest primary care physicians. With 30 Fortune 500 companies in the metro area alone, Chicago was a natural choice for the company to seek its next two physicians and expand its network.

"Many of the families that we care for are taken care of in every aspect of their lives, from their finances, to their homes to staying at the Four Seasons," said Peter Hoedemaker, CEO. "They can acquire the highest quality wherever they go, and they want that same quality and experience with their healthcare. Part of our expertise is providing care in a way that meets that need. We're proud to bring that to Chicago with two of the most distinguished physicians in the nation."

MD2's high touch medicine combines passionate personal care with the superior expertise of two leading physicians. MD2 selected Drs. Steven Gallo and Joseph J. Hennessy after a rigorous search for the most noted practitioners in the area. They have more than 15 years experience respectively and join eight other MD2 physicians nationwide who care for 50 families each. Focusing on a smaller group of families, versus the 3,000 - 6,000 patients seen annually by many primary care physicians, enables them to provide highly attentive care in a private and comfortable setting.

"Our physician becomes your personal doctor," said Mr. Hoedemaker. "They have the time to accompany you to the specialist or to meet you at the ER if needed. Because they are only caring for 50 families, they are with you every step of the way."

MD2 only opens a new office when it has found the "doctor's doctor," the unique internist who is a pillar in their community. All MD2 physicians have about 15 - 20 years experience, strong ties to the ho
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