Zoë Rammelkamp, MD
Brain and Body
Dr. Rammelkamp is a specialist in Internal Medicine. She says an early interest in neuroscience led her to a medical practice in primary care.
"Even as a child I liked learning about medicine and especially the concept of treating and curing neurological illnesses," she says. "Yet the whole person is more than just the brain, and all aspects of comprehensive patient care are so important to health."
Relationships and Medicine
Dr. Rammelkamp says forging relationships with patients enriches her practice of preventing, diagnosing, and treating medical conditions.
"It's more than treating acute illness," she says. "I like seeing the whole person, and the nice thing about primary care over time is the aspect where I can know my patients and be a partner in helping them manage their health."
Dr. Rammelkamp earned a bachelor's degree with honors in neuroscience at Johns Hopkins University and her medical degree at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. She is a member of the American College of Physicians.
After serving her medical residency at the University of Minnesota Department of Internal Medicine, Dr. Rammelkamp joined Associated Physicians in 2021.
"I specifically chose Associated Physicians because of the expert continuity of care we provide across medical specialties -- along with on-site labs, physical therapy, and behavioral services for our patients. I'm grateful to work with a really nice, kind, and professional group of doctors."