Commitment to our Patients
Compassionate, Quality Care
At EMA, we are committed to serving our patients by providing industry-leading quality care in a compassionate manner.
Since 1971, EMA has earned a solid reputation by staffing community hospital emergency departments throughout Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia and the District of Columbia with outstanding medical professionals. Our commitment to excellence has motivated hospital partners to seek our assistance in fulfilling additional roles within their organizations. EMA now provides hospital-based pediatric, neonatology, critical care, house officer, telemedicine and occupational medicine coverage for several of our hospital partners.
The EMA Advantage
Our providers are fully board certified or board prepared, resulting in industry-leading quality and clinical outcomes.
Emergency Medicine Specialists
Seeing over 600,000 patients annually, our teams have a great deal of experience and support to treat the toughest of medical issues.
Unlike many groups, EMA exerts extra effort and resources to pursue top-level candidates who have invested additional time studying their discipline.
Having longstanding partnerships with many of the nation's top medical schools allows us to attract and employ top talent year in and year out.
Serving four states across multiple hospital partners presents a unique opportunity to scale best practices and strategies to ensure our patients receive the best possible care each and every time
Nationally regarded as an industry leader, EMA has been lauded by the American Hospital Association and industry journals for our investment in patient safety initiatives.
Knowing we can always improve, EMA has a distinct division of providers responsible for innovating. Our Chief Innovation Officer, Dr. Alex Mohseni, is a respected writer, entrepreneur and physician focused on doing what is right for you, the patient.
EMA's executive team has worked together for over 25 years. Dr. Donald Infeld, MD, President, and Jackie Pollock, CEO, boast extensive healthcare experience and networks that contribute to EMA's continued success regionally and nationally.
What is EMA?
Emergency Medicine Associates, P.A., P.C. (EMA) is a group of professional physicians dedicated to caring for patients in the Hospital Setting. EMA serves Hospitals and its patients in Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia and the District of Columbia.
Why did I get a bill from EMA?
The statement you received represents the cost of physician professional services rendered at the time of your or your loved one's visit to our partner Hospital.
How can I pay my bill?
EMA gladly accepts check, money order, traveler's check and credit card. When applicable please make payable to "Emergency Medicine Associates" and include the top of your statement when mailing a payment.
Are EMA providers employed by the hospital?
Your hospital has chosen to partner with EMA to provide medical services. EMA is an industry leading staffing organization comprised of physician and mid-levels, EMA provide administrative and clinical oversight in several distinct service lines including emergency medicine, hospital medicine, critical care, neonatology, pediatric medicine and sports medicine.
Will EMA accept my insurance?
EMA proudly participates with all programs in which our hospital partners participate with.
Why did I receive a bill separate from the hospital for my visit?
You may receive more than one bill for the same hospital visit. However these bills are for different services- you are not being charged twice rather one bill is from the hospital and one bill is from the physician or EMA in this instance. The hospital bill covers the facility, nursing, supplies, equipment and medication whereas the physician bill covers the cost of physician services you or your loved one received.
What is a deductible?
For details on your financial responsibility as outlined by your health insurance company, please contact your health insurance provider. EMA will receive information from your health insurance company regarding your financial obligations for your care. In most instances, your health insurance will cover a certain portion of the charge once the member has met the plan deductible. You may contact the EMA customer service team with any further questions.