Annual executive physical

A complete review of your medical history with comprehensive physical examination followed by extensive cardiovascular, pulmonary, and other testing. Health screening and risk evaluation will be done and a thorough, understandable report will be provided which includes your health plans for the upcoming year.

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Executive Examination

  • Complete review of personal and family history
  • Assessment of current cardiovascular and cancer risk factors,
  • Assessment of current Health Maintenance needs,
  • Complete physical examination,
  • Vision/hearing screening,
  • Cardiac stress testing,
  • Carotid Intima Medial Thickness assessment,
  • Ankle-brachial index,
  • Pulmonary function testing,
  • Body composition testing,
  • Full report to the patient with results,
  • Risk-factor analysis and an individual plan for the year ahead,
  • Lab testing*,
  • CT heart scan for calcium score*,
  • Referrals to specialists*.

(*not covered by annual fee)

Access to your physician

Your physician is available to you by telephone, e-mail or video-conferencing any time of day or night, seven days a week. Should a visit to the emergency room or hospital be required, your physician will personally coordinate your care and visit you at the hospital. Office visits will be unhurried and available on a same-day basis.

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Office hours are 9-5 Monday-Friday (9-12 Wednesday).
Visits are available at any other time if mutually agreeable.
Emailing is done through the secure patient portal to maintain HIPAA compliance.
When hospitalized, Dr. Taylor or Dr. Duvall will visit you on a regular basis at Miami Valley Hospital and as needed at Kettering Hospital.

Coordination of specialty care

As experienced physicians in the Dayton area, we will recommend the most appropriate specialist based on your clinical history. We will personally introduce you to the specialist by letter or phone call and remain closely involved in the care provided.

Limited practice size

Each physician in this practice will be limited to about 400 patients, less than 20% of a traditional practice. A waiting list will be maintained on a first-come, first-served basis.

Special services

House calls are at times available should you be unable to come to the office. Also, the practice will be available to your out-of-town guests should unexpected medical problems arise.