Welcome to A Different Kind of Doctor's Office.
At Christine Meyer, MD and Associates, the experience of visiting the doctor is reimagined. We provide all aspects of adult primary care, including well visits, routine preventative care (including PAP tests) and management of complex medical issues. But we take a personalized approach to our care, and place a high priority on patient experience. We also have providers that take a personal interest in women’s health issues including peri-menopause, menopause, and osteoporosis. With talented and compassionate CRNPs and PA-Cs, our office can accommodate patients' various schedules, including very early morning, evening, and Saturday and Sunday hours, making great care more accessible and convenient than ever.
Opened on December 13, 2004, Dr. Meyer’s practice shares office space with her husband’s pediatric practice: Healthy Steps Pediatrics. This model of specialized care for adults and children under the same roof has been extremely successful. Because of this model, Dr. Meyer and Healthy Steps share not only space, but key employees including front desk staff and billing personnel. So, the friendly faces you come to expect at your children’s well visits are the same ones that greet you for yours!
On July 3, 2013 we moved into our new, beautiful, 7200-square-foot office space at 750 West Lincoln Highway in Exton. Doctor's offices do not have to be sterile and drab! Come in, we would love to give you a tour!
A Patient-Centered Approach
Our practice takes a Patient-Centered Medical Home approach in providing primary care to our patients. In this personal model of health care, your primary provider leads the team of health care professionals that collectively take responsibility for your care. They make sure you get the care you need in wellness and in illness to heal your body, mind and spirit. Our office coordinates care for patients across multiple settings including specialists, hospitals, rehab centers and other facilities.
Your personal provider and a team of health professionals build a relationship in which they know you, your family situation, your medical history and health issues. In turn, you come to trust and rely on them for expert, evidence-based health care answers that are suited entirely to you.
We want to treat you as full partner, making sure you know and understand all of your options for care. We want to help you decide what care is best for you, and we want you to provide feedback about your care experience.