Dr. Priddy is board certified in family medicine and proudly served as President of the American Academy of Private Physicians (AAPP), where he has held a seat on the Board of Directors since 2012. He completed his training at the IU School of Medicine and his residency at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis, serving as Chief Resident his final year.
A second-generation physician and 2013 honoree of the Indianapolis Business Journal’s Forty Under 40, Dr. Priddy is passionate about the positive outcomes empowered by personalized medicine and the degree of improved patient service that is offered by direct care practice models. He and his wife, Dr. Jen Priddy, live in Carmel and enjoy good food, travel, supporting the local arts, and entertaining friends.
Watch the videos below to hear Dr. Priddy’s thoughts on private medicine.
Dr. Veatch is board certified in internal medicine and received his doctor of medicine degree from IU. After graduating from the Internal Medicine Residency Program at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis, he completed a fellowship in Primary Care Sports Medicine at Central Indiana Sports Medicine and Orthopedics in Muncie, IN. He is trained in adult medicine and the non-operative care of musculoskeletal and athletic injuries (including concussion testing), as well as sports nutrition and exercise fitness/prescription.
Dr. Veatch shares the conviction of his partners in supporting the direct practice model. He enjoys spending his free time with his wife and two sons, and devotes himself to hobbies that include community involvement and volunteerism, running, and travel.
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Dr. Fraser is board certified in internal medicine. She attended Yale University where she received her degree in philosophy, as well as, her doctor of medicine degree. Dr. Fraser completed her internship and residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Washington, and served as Chief Medical Resident at the VA Puget Sound Health Care System. She also completed a fellowship in Internal Medicine at the Regenstrief Institute of the IU School of Medicine.
Dr. Fraser has proudly practiced direct care medicine in Indiana for more than a decade, and lives in Indianapolis with her husband, Dr. Stephen Fraser, and their three children. Apart from spending time with her family, Dr. Fraser enjoys reading, running, and involvement with local community programs.
Watch the videos below to hear about the benefits of private medicine
from Dr. Fraser.
Dr. Szewczyk is board certified in family medicine. She received her undergraduate degree in Medical Technology from Purdue University with a year of training in the St. Francis School of Medical Technology. She completed her doctor of medicine degree at IU in 2001 and continued her training in family medicine at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis. Dr. Szewczyk went on to practice with the St. Vincent Physician Network until 2010, when her personal and professional convictions brought her to Priority Physicians and the world of direct care medicine.
“Practicing in this model has allowed me to find the joy in medicine again,” says Dr. Szewczyk. She and her husband live with their three children in Westfield, where she is active with hobbies ranging from photography to travel and personal fitness.
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from Dr. Szewczyk.
Dr. Jonathan P. Schmidt is a board certified physician in family medicine. He received his undergraduate degree in Microbiology from Southern Illinois University and went on to the University of Illinois where he received his doctor of medicine degree. Upon graduation, Dr. Schmidt moved to South Bend, IN, where he completed his family medicine residency at the St. Joseph Regional Medical Center, serving as Chief Resident in his final year.
Dr. Schmidt sought out experience in direct practice medicine during his residency and is excited to be practicing in a way that allows him to put the needs of his patients first. In his free time, Dr. Schmidt enjoys spending time with his wife Cristal and their three children Kiptyn, Kenley and Kutler. He also enjoys being outdoors, participating in water sport activities and woodworking.
Watch the videos below to hear more about the difference between private and conventional medicine from Dr. Schmidt.
Dr. Morris is board certified in family medicine. She is proud to have attended DePauw University, where she received her degree in Biological Sciences. Dr. Morris went on to earn her doctor of medicine at Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine in 2001, and completed her family medicine residency at Ball Memorial, where she served as Chief Resident in her final year. Dr. Morris enjoyed her practice with the Franciscan Physician Network in West Lafayette, IN, for 11 years before relocating with her husband, Brian, to join Priority Physicians in opening an office in Fishers, IN. She is excited by the opportunities to focus on proactive patient care and on fully-developed patient relationships as she joins our team. In her free time, Amanda enjoys spending time with her family, cooking, skiing, and personal fitness.
Dr. Morris is board certified in family medicine. He received his undergraduate degree in Human Biology at Stanford University and went on to receive his doctor of medicine degree at Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine in Chicago. After graduating from Ball Memorial Family Medicine Residency, he completed his primary care sports medicine fellowship at Utah Valley Regional Medical Center. Dr. Morris had a busy sports and family medicine practice in West Lafayette, IN, with the Franciscan Physician Network for 11 years prior to joining Priority Physicians with his wife, Amanda. He enjoys helping patients achieve their health and fitness goals in addition to practicing general family medicine. Outside of the office, Brian likes to spend time with his family, doing woodworking and participating in triathlons and running events.
These are the core benefits enjoyed by patients who subscribe to our practice – benefits that have already dramatically improved the lives of hundreds of Midwestern families. While our current healthcare system struggles mightily to manage these concepts in a patient-focused way, they are part of the fundamentals…the very DNA of Priority Physicians. Read more about what we do…
In 2002, Doctors Veatch and Priddy became the first physicians in Indiana to adopt a concierge approach to the practice of medicine. Our practice has expanded to include additional physicians as our reputation has advanced and our number of dedicated members has considerably grown. Throughout this growth, we have remained focused on protecting the qualities and commitments that make our practice so compelling and so unique. Read more about our story…
At Priority Physicians it is our mission to help our members create and maintain an ideal state of health and wellness. Our vision of patient-focused healthcare is founded upon our core values of honesty, integrity, dedication to the individual, exceptional service, and professional excellence. With every encounter we strive to exceed our members’ expectations for both the quality and the convenience of their personal healthcare experience.
Our offices are a physical manifestation of the value we place on putting our members at ease, providing them with valuable services and understanding their needs. Read more about our offices…
Our staff at Priority Physicians is committed to ensuring that each interaction with our practice is genuine, patient-focused, and managed with professional excellence. With decades of experience from cross-functional fields that range from medical services to premium hospitality, our team at Priority Physicians has been assembled to deliver exceptional service in all aspects of our work. Read more about our staff…
Priority Physicians is pleased to offer a variety of service options for the convenience of our patients. Members of our practice may select our comprehensive executive annual exam as an a la carte item, or they may choose to combine their exam with the benefits of a full practice membership. Our membership programs vary in fee based upon an individual’s age, and include 24-hour direct access to our primary care physicians as well as complete healthcare coordination by our staff.
Aside from the benefits provided through our membership programs, Priority Physicians also offers a growing array of additional services aimed at providing our members with the personalized care and general wellness options that they desire. These services are available for an additional fee upon request, and are not included with our practice membership.
Priority Physicians of Indianapolis is located on the campus of St. Vincent Hospital at Entrance 6. We are at the corner of Naab Road and Katie Knox Drive with complimentary dedicated parking underground (turn right after entering parking garage).
Priority Physicians of Fishers is located on the St. Vincent Fishers campus which is just off of Exit 210 on Interstate 69 at the intersection of Olio Road and Southeastern Parkway. There are Priority Physicians designated parking spots at the front of the Medical Office Building.
Our offices are staffed Monday-Friday from 8am to 5pm, and a physician is on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to meet all of your primary healthcare needs.