Scott Palmer, MD

Concierge Medicine

Personalized care for you.

Understanding the complex web of genetic, physical and emotional aspects that affects a patient’s health is vital to providing quality primary care. This kind of care requires time and dedicated attention to the individual patient that is simply not possible in today’s healthcare system.

My practice size is smaller than a traditional practice which means we’ll have more quality time together…not only to treat complex issues but to focus on prevention and wellness.

As a member of my concierge medicine practice, you’ll receive truly patient-focused and personalized healthcare. Patients have peace of mind knowing that I will be there whenever needed, providing care in a highly personalized way.

Dr. Palmer is in the News: A Play-by-Play of an Ice Bath

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Liothyronine and Desiccated Thyroid Extract in the Treatment of Hypothyroidism

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Some of the Many Patient Benefits:

  • 24/7 Direct Communications
  • Same-Day and Longer Appointments
  • Little or No Waiting
  • Priority Medical Referrals
  • And so much more

U.S. News Ranks Rush University Medical Center No. 17

Rush Makes the Honor Roll
Rush University Medical Center Named a Best Hospital

Personalized Primary Care

As a full-service concierge primary care practice, located in Chicago, I offer routine care when you need me, as well as comprehensive annual health assessments which far exceed the traditional standards.

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Scott Palmer, MD, has been recognized as a Top Chicago Doctor in Internal Medicine, in 2018, 2021, 2022, 2023, and 2024


Proud to serve as Medical Team Physician for the
Chicago Bulls and Chicago White Sox since 2005

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