Wilmington physician to join concierge medicine program

Marc D. Grobman

Castle Connolly Private Health Partners, a membership-based practice conversion and support company, announced a collaboration with Dr.Marc D. Grobmanto establish a concierge medicine program at his practice.

Grobmanis a primary care physician serving Wilmington.

Grobmangraduated fromFranklin & Marshall College inLancasterin 1982 and from the College of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Surgery inDes Moines, Iowa, in 1986. Grobmandid an internship at Metropolitan Hospital inPhiladelphia. He then completed a residency in internal medicine at Hahnemann University, also inPhiladelphia.

He then became chief medical resident in the internal medicine department for one year. In 1993, Grobmanbecame assistant director for medical education at Community Hospital in Chester.

Grobmanwas board certified in internal medicine in 1991 and recertified in 2001 and again in 2011. In 2002, he became a fellow of the American College of Physicians on the basis of his training and commitment to preparing the next generation of physicians. He has since continued to teach through Crozer-Chester Medical Center,Christiana Care, PCOM,Des MoinesUniversity College of Medicine,Temple UniversitySchool of Medicine,Drexel UniversitySchool of Medicine, andtheYale University Physician Assistant program.

According to a release, Grobman will be able to provide his patients with personalized care through a flexible membership model that will allow same-day and next-day appointments, extended office visits, enhanced connectivity to Castle Connolly’s system.

“It is my strong conviction that a physician who truly knows their patients is vital to the care that they deserve,” Grobman stated. “Through a collaborative and preventative care approach, my ultimate goal is to keep people well. In order to do this, I have collaborated with CCPHP to help me maximize my ability to provide an enhanced care experience.”

To learn more about Grobman’s concierge program, visitgrobmanccphp.comor call (302) 394-0235.

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