MD2 La Jolla concierge medical practice opened its doors in February 2023.
At MD2 La Jolla, you'll be cared for by two of the most respected physicians in the medical community who have practiced in San Diego for the entirety of their medical careers. The physicians are affiliated with Scripps Memorial Hospital and UC San Diego Health, Jacobs Medical Center and have long-standing ties with the top specialists in the area.
Dr. Harry Albers
Dr. Harry Albers has been a prominent and highly respected physician in San Diego for over 30 years. His deep appreciation of the value and importance of individualized, thorough, and patient-centered care have earned him a superlative reputation in the San Diego medical community. He has been named a Top Doctor by San Diego magazine multiple times throughout his career.
He graduated summa cum laude as the salutatorian of his class from San Diego State University with his Bachelor of Science in biology. He then earned his Doctorate of Medicine with honors at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine. Remaining at the University of California, San Diego Medical Center, he completed his internal medicine residency, rising to the rank of Chief Resident. After completing his residency, he joined the full-time faculty in the Department of General Internal Medicine at UCSD, where he served as assistant professor of internal medicine.
Dr. Albers, board certified in internal medicine, joined the Department of Internal Medicine at Scripps Clinic. In addition to his patient care responsibilities, he was also Scripps Rancho Bernardo's internal medicine site director and Associate VP for Quality Assurance and Continuous Quality Improvement. After a decade, he transitioned to the concierge program at Scripps, serving as an internist and the division head for almost eight years. He remained in this position until joining MD². During his esteemed career at Scripps, Dr. Albers also served on numerous committees and assumed several leadership roles. Additionally, for nearly 20 years he was the lead internal medicine physician for the San Diego Padres Major League Baseball Club.
Dr. Ramona Master
Dr. Ramona Master, a highly sought-after San Diego physician for over 20 years, strives to care for her patients as she would for her own family and is perhaps best known for her unwavering commitment to delivering compassionate, personalized care. Combined with her dedication to preventive medicine and chronic disease management, she has consistently been recognized as a physician of exceptional excellence and a Top Doctor in San Diego Magazine and celebrated by her peers and patients alike.
She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree and Doctorate of Medicine from Northwestern University, graduating from the prestigious 7-year Honors Program in Medical Education with multiple honors and merits. She then completed her internal medicine residency at Stanford University Medical Center, where she was awarded the honor of Outstanding Medical Student Teacher.
Dr. Master started her career as an internist and partner at Menlo Medical Clinic. Concurrently she served as a clinical instructor in medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine. After 15 years in general primary care, she transitioned to concierge medicine, joining Scripps Private Internal Medicine Center, where she could focus on helping patients achieve their health and wellness goals. After several years, she was asked to join the concierge medicine program at UC San Diego Health, where she remained until joining MD².
Dr. Master is board certified in internal medicine and holds the unique distinction of being a Diplomate of the American Board of Internal Medicine and the National Board of Medical Examiners. She is also an associate of the American College of Physicians and a member of the American Medical Association.