Mission Statement

Mid-Atlantic Family Practice is committed to providing our community with high quality, comprehensive primary care for the entire family.

Family Practice


Training in Family Medicine enables us to care for patients of all ages, from newborns to the elderly. This unique education allows us the advantage of caring for your entire family. We can treat most acute illnesses and injuries, manage many chronic diseases (high blood pressure, diabetes, asthma, etc.), and are skilled in performing some minor office procedures (skin lesion excisions and freezing, joint injections, placement of sutures, etc.). We also offer many preventative services such as well baby and well child exams, routine immunizations, sports and school physicals, work physicals, and routine adult physicals including Pap smears. Finally, we have the experience to know when a referral to another specialist may be needed. Visiting us is usually the best way to initially address any of your health care concerns.

Patient-Centered Medical Home


Mid-Atlantic Family Practice has achieved recognition from the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) as a Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Level 3. A patient-centered medical home is a team based approach to providing coordinated and comprehensive health care for our patients. The team includes your provider, the medical office staff members, and you.



All physicians in our practice are Board Certified in Family Medicine. A "DO" is an Osteopathic Physician who has completed four years of medical school similar to a "MD" but has had additional training in the musculoskeletal system. A "PA" is a Physician Assistant who is licensed to practice medicine under the supervision of a physician. A Physician Assistant goes through intense medical training and becomes certified (PA-C) after passing a national exam.