Ryan Bell, M.D.
Weill Cornell Medicine Primary Care
Member Services: (877) 888-5590
I offer an optional concierge program for a limited number of patients who are interested in enhanced service and a more personalized approach to their health management. My concierge program allows me to provide you with a level of attention and service that, as a physician, I believe is so important.
Put your health first. My concierge program ensures your wellness needs are met conveniently and with compassion and support. A physician who really knows you is key to the quality care you deserve.
Concierge Choice Program
Concierge Choice participants receive a number of benefits that are generally not available in traditional practices, such as:
An extended annual exam that includes a thorough health review and supplementary testing customized to your unique health needs.
More Time with Me
Longer, more relaxed appointments, allowing us to discuss all your health concerns and treatment plans in one visit.
Exclusive Office Phone Number for Members
You can conveniently reach a member of the staff at the office and bypass the automated attendant.
Easy Ways to Reach Me Directly
Members receive my private cell phone number for urgent after-hours communication.
Convenient Appointment Scheduling
With dedicated appointment slots for concierge members, it’s easy to secure a same-day or next-day appointment.
Comprehensive and Coordinated Care
I can serve as your advocate with other specialists and health providers.
A Dedicated Staff Focused on Service
You will have a Concierge Coordinator to efficiently book appointments, answer questions or help you with paperwork.
I will stay connected to the hospital physicians should you be admitted.
Peace of Mind While You’re Traveling
A network of concierge physicians available when you are away from home.
Education & Medical Training
Dr. Bell, a native of Seattle, WA., received his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Washington in 1990. After working as an engineer for several years, he returned to university to pursue a career in medicine, and also obtained a Master's Degree in Human Nutrition. As a commissioned officer in the U.S. Navy, he attended the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences medical school in Bethesda, MD., the only military medical school in the U.S., earning his medical degree in 2002. He completed his residency in Internal Medicine at The National Naval Medical Center. Dr. Bell spent fourteen years as a Naval officer and physician, where he received multiple awards, including recognition as one of the top five Internal Medicine doctors in the US Navy in 2010. He left active duty service in 2013, and continues service as a commander in the Naval Reserves. Dr. Bell has a particular interest in keeping patients healthy with exercise, diet, and lifestyle improvements. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, rock climbing, running, cycling, and traveling.