Dr. Bone is a chemical process engineer by training and a practicing physician specializing in Internal Medicine for the last 39 years. He graduated medical school from St Louis University in St Louis, Missouri, and trained as a clinical researcher at the National Institutes of Health. He received his undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Minnesota.
The practice is currently working with the Centers for Disease Control and the Prince George’s County Health Department through the Prevention Link Program to improve hypertension and diabetic patient care engagement.
Dr. Bone is the former president and medical director of Southern Maryland Integrated Care, a 91 primary care physician Accountable Care Organization based in Prince George’s County, Maryland. He is also a founding member of Totally Linking Care in Maryland TLC, a next generation care organization.
Dr. Bone has served on several state governmental advisory bodies, including the Governor’s Task Force for Physician Manpower and Reimbursement Assessment in Maryland, as well as on the boards of many non-profit institutions. For seven years, under two governors, Dr. Bone was one of six appointed commissioners to the State of Maryland Health Services Cost Review Commission overseeing Maryland’s transition to a Global Budget for hospital care and population medicine.
He is a past president of Prince George’s County Medical Society, MedChi the Maryland State Medical Society, and retired Co-chairman of the Maryland delegation to the American Medical association.
Dr. K. Michael Figaro. MD is licensed in the state of Maryland and the District of Columbia. He is Board Certified in Internal Medicines. He has garnered more than 42 years of medical experience. This experience started even before he became a physician when, after graduating from Uniondale High School in Uniondale, New York, he enlisted as a naval corpsman at the closure of the Vietnam War in 1975. As a Hospital corpsman his interest in medicine peaked as he served in the intensive care unit under many of his early mentors including John W. Hoyt MD and Roberto Auffant MD at the Naval Regional Medical Center in Portsmouth, Virginia.
Dr. Figaro then pursued a Critical Care fellowship getting accepted at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, NY. Following his Critical Care Medicine training, he once again went into military service; this time as an Air Force officer responsible for the ICU – Special Care Unit at Malcolm Grow Medical Center on Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland.
Dr. Figaro earned many Meritorious service and Achievement medals including one for outstanding service to the United States as Medical Director, (August 1995 to November 1997) Special care unit, 89th Medical Operations Squadron, 89th Medical group. 89 th Airlift Wing, Andrews Air Force.
After seven years, his office practice was consolidated with the practice of Dr. George Bone.
Yolanda Coleman is a board certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She received her bachelor’s degree from Ohio University, then obtained a Masters in Nursing from Chamberlain University, graduating as a Family Nurse Practitioner in 2020. She holds a national certification with the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. As a nurse and nurse practitioner, Yolanda has worked in diverse healthcare settings including inpatient, urgent care, and emergency medicine.
Dr. Akila M. Roberts DNP, APRN, FNP-C is a dedicated doctor of nursing practice, bringing over seven years of diverse healthcare experience. Dr. Akila is passionate and attentive to advancing the patient healthcare experience through developing solutions to solve healthcare issues. She completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology at Florida International University with further degrees at Barry University and a DNP at the University of South Alabama.
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