Primary Care in Philadelphia, PA
Welcome to Ninth Street Internal Medicine
Ninth Street Internal Medicine has long been recognized for over 30 years as one of the premier primary care practices for adults in the Delaware Valley. Our team of physicians, nurse practitioners and highly trained staff is dedicated to providing compassionate, personalized and attentive care for all of our patients. We strive to ensure that all patients receive the quality care they need based on the best scientific evidence for acute problems, chronic disease and disease prevention. As a result of our systematic emphasis on continuous quality improvement and patient safety, we were one of the first practices in the country to earn the highest level of recognition as a Patient Centered Medical Home by the National Committee for Quality Assurance.
Whether you are visiting us annually for your well-check, or you are coming in due to illness or a screening test, we have the trained physicians, nurses, medical assistants, and staff to meet your every healthcare need. Ninth Street Internal Medicine offers the Philadelphia community an unsurpassed patient experience in regards to accessible, affordable, quality primary care. Choose from over 12 healthcare providers at our central Philadelphia location.
MDVIP is a concierge program that focuses on a personalized wellness program with smaller patient panels.
Have an Emergency? Call us First!
Emergencies Care on Evenings and Weekends
NSIM is committed to your needs no matter the day or time; we have after-hours access to a provider 24/7 available to you. Please call the office and ask to speak to the provider on call.
News & Events
Having diabetes doesn’t mean you have to give up delicious snacks! You just need to plan a bit more and understand how each kind of food affects your body. Store premeasured portions of food, keep cut-up raw vegetables in the fridge,
It’s normal for your blood pressure to go up and down throughout the day, but if it stays high, you may be at greater risk of a stroke or heart attack. Most people can’t feel high blood pressure (called hypertension), so it’s important to check it regularly.
We are pleased to announce that Dr. David Share will be joining NSIM in October 2022. You can find out more about Dr. Share by clicking on his link and reading his bio and seeing his training and education. His schedule is available for appointments and he is looking forward caring for our patients.