Dr. David Schroeder is a well-respected internist in the Boston metro-west area. He had the honor to be selected for one of the first medical classes at McMaster University in Canada. McMaster had developed an innovative educational program that stressed problem-solving and tutorials rather than didactic teaching. After McMaster, Dr. Schroeder completed most of his medical training at McGill University. For the last two years of his training, he was funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation as a Clinical Scholar. After his medical training, he was offered a position as Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Boston University School of Medicine where he taught and did clinical research. Since 1990 Dr. Schroeder has practiced clinical medicine in Wellesley, and is affiliated mainly with Newton Wellesley Hospital. He also has been very active on boards and physician organizations. He is currently a board member of New England Quality Care Alliance, an important physician group associated with Tufts Medical Center. Dr. Schroeder’s main love, however, is clinical medicine. Over the past ten years, Dr. Schroeder has been very aware of changes in Internal Medicine and has worked hard to adapt his practice so that consistent high-quality care is provided. The recent change in his practice to Concierge Medicine was strongly motivated by his desire to continue providing the highest possible medical care.