Ellicott City Primary Care Medicine

Ellicott City Primary Care Medicine

Mon - Fri:
7am - 4pm

Dedicated to your health


Physicals are important for health maintenance and disease prevention. Adults who get annual physicals are more likely to discover potential health complications before they become serious and they are more aware of the importance of lifestyle choices and how they affect overall wellbeing. Several tests and screenings are performed to verify the health of the body’s various organs and systems. If a problem is uncovered during a routine check-up, treatment can begin immediately to slow or even halt its progression.

Now offering: Annual Physicals, Immigration Physicals, and Sports Physicals

Chronic disease is highly prevalent in the U.S. and requires ongoing medical oversight and clinical management. A chronic disease is any condition or illness that persists long-term but for which there is no medical cure. Examples of chronic diseases include diabetes, heart disease, asthma, Alzheimer’s and arthritis. Chronic disease management consists of obtaining a definitive diagnosis and creating a treatment plan that will slow progression of the disease and help make symptoms more manageable.

With Ellicott City Primary Care Medicine, waiting weeks for lab results and having to travel from one lab to another is a thing of the past. With our on-site lab services, your results are done faster and with less hassle than traditional methods of using 3rd party lab services. Schedule an appointment today to come see our fantastic staff and learn more about our on-site lab services offered.

Vaccinations are life-saving medical tools recommended and used for the prevention of dangerous and deadly diseases. Vaccines work by introducing controlled and weakened infections into the body, encouraging the immune system to create natural antibodies that will defend the body against possible future infections. Immunization recommendations continue into adulthood to include an annual flu vaccination, periodic tetanus and diphtheria vaccinations, varicella vaccinations, and other risk-based vaccines.

Internal medicine is a specialty branch of medicine pertaining to the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and management of diseases affecting adults over the age of 18. Doctors such as Dr. Singh who practice internal medicine  are known as ‘internists’ and often serve as a patient’s primary care provider. Internists may work together with other physicians to ensure patients are getting comprehensive care that transcends a specific symptom or health condition.