About Concierge Medicine

About concierge medicine with Dr. Marc Harrigan of Concierge Medicine of Buckhead in Atlanta, GA

“Offering my patients all the time they need at each visit to address each question and concern without feeling rushed is undoubtedly the greatest benefit of concierge medicine.”

Dr. Harrigan

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The overall vision of a concierge medicine practice involves far more than promising patients easier access, more time with the physician, same day appointments, less waiting room time, and a soothing office environment. Concierge medicine is all about personalized care and proactive wellness. The concierge medicine model allows me to deliver the highest quality of proactive personalized medical care every day—always exceeding patient expectations.

Below is information about office hours and location. Contact us today.

Northwest Medical Center
3280 Howell Mill Road NW
Suite 207
Atlanta, GA 30327

› After entering the parking deck, park on the C Level (East Wing), once you enter the stairwell proceed up one flight of stairs to the 2nd floor, our Suite 207 will be on your right.  
Handicap Access: Automatic doors for walkers and wheelchairs is located on Level G (East Wing), this will take you to the 3rd floor, take the elevators to the right, down to the 2nd floor, Suite 207 will be on your right after exiting the elevator.

Office Hours
Monday through Friday 8am – 4pm (Friday office hours may vary)
Office: 404-355-7055
Fax: 404-355-0606

What is concierge medicine?

In a concierge or membership, medicine practice, the doctor makes a commitment to limit the number of patients to ensure adequate time and availability for each patient, and to provide an enhanced level of care.

Extended, unrushed visits enable physicians to spend meaningful time with patients, build relationships, and provide more comprehensive, proactive care than in traditional practices. To make this possible, the patient pays an annual fee.

Why are you starting a concierge medicine

A primary care physician’s role as educator, guide and the patient’s best advocate is at risk in today’s medical landscape. Mounting administrative tasks take time once devoted to patient care.

The challenges for patients add up: dealing with impersonal phone systems, long waits for appointments, rushed visits and lack of coordinated care with specialists. Most importantly, there is little time to develop a strong physician-patient relationship that is at the core of the best care. This is not acceptable to me or my patients. I believe concierge medicine provides the best solution.

How is this practice different than a traditional one?

The difference will be evident from the moment you call to make an appointment. For example, if you wake up feeling ill in the morning, you will be promptly scheduled for a visit and there will be little or no waiting time once you arrive.

Should you have a concern after hours, you’ll be able to reach me easily and directly via my personal email or cell phone...whether you are home or traveling. At any time, I will be available when you need me.

Would this practice be right for me?

A concierge practice, with ample time to focus on preventive measures and wellness, has proven to be one of the most effective models for maintaining health.

If you do become ill – and we recognize that health is unpredictable – you will have peace of mind that the doctor who knows you best will be available when needed. A call to my office or cell phone after hours can frequently prevent a trip to the emergency room or an urgent care clinic.