Dr. David Baron's Philosphy on Practicing Medicine

“Prior to opening Primary Caring in 2004, Dr. Baron undertook to develop the mission, vision and philosophy of the practice in great detail. This work came to be known as our “Foundation Documents.” The design, operations and “personality” of Primary Caring are based upon them.  If you’d like to read or hear more about this, see below.” – David Baron, MD

My Patients

When I was designing my Practice in 2013, I asked myself several important questions. One of them was, who are my patients? They are families and individuals. Young families with young children. Single parents. Couples without children. Middle-aged couples with college-age or grown children…

The Healing Experience

Being “healed” is not necessarily synonymous with being “cured”. One can experience healing is stages, like growing. The healing experience is a function of stepping a little closer to wholeness. In term of healthcare, healing can begin when a patient calls the office to ask a question or ask for an appointment…

The Human Connection

My grandmother knew I wanted to be a doctor long before it was clear to me. Or maybe that’s not fair.  Maybe I recognized that idea to be just the right one the first time it was ever presented to me.  And it was presented to me by my grandmother at about age 5 in the form of a pudgy pink man with a mop of black hair…