Your Family's Healthcare Home
Our mission is to provide comprehensive primary care to local families using a personalized approach. We promote a healthy lifestyle as the first step in preventing and treating disease.
****** NEWS and UPDATES ******
- Walk-in hours for urgent care Friday mornings 8am-10am! Acute care only, please, for existing patients.
- Lab services are provided by AccuReference Medical Lab
(www.accureference.com) Monday/ Wednesday 9am-12pm and Friday 8am-12pm. No appointment needed for lab!
- We are accepting new patients! Currently scheduling new patients 2-3 months in the future. Please call for more information.
Dr. Ramona Seidel opened Bay Crossing Family Medicine in November 2005 with the philosophy of creating a practice where patients and physicians can partner in care. This “micropractice" allows more direct contact between physician and patient.
Our goal is to improve access, quality, safety, and results. Mutual trust and respect between patient and physician are essential for a successful partnership. That’s why we personalize care and involve patients in the medical decision-making process.
Providing pro-active, patient-centered health care for the oldest and youngest members of your family is the core philosophy of our practice. Our board-certified family physician(s) work to create old-fashioned relationships enhanced by modern technology to deliver care that is up-to-date and customized. We use evidence based medicine and follow published guidelines to enable better outcomes for our patients.
What makes us different? We offer same day appointments and utilize an electronic medical record to streamline patient care. We encourage electronic communications to facilitate care. For a complete list of services we provide, please click here.
269 Peninsula Farm Rd, Ste F
Arnold, MD 21012
(p) 410-518-9808 (f) 410-518-9842
Proud participant of
TransforMEDs National Demonstration Project, June 2006 - June 2008
transforming the practice of Primary Care: http://www.transformed.com
and Maryland's Patient Centered Medical Home Pilot, June 2011 - present
improving health care quality: http://mhcc.maryland.gov/pcmh/