About Us

Quentin McMullen, MD

Dr. McMullen’s specialty is Internal Medicine. He received his medical degree from Louisiana State University School of Medicine, New Orleans, Louisiana. Dr. McMullen completed his internship and residency at Reading Hospital and Medical Center in Pennsylvania. He served in the U.S. Air Force and was stationed in Birburg, Germany for four years. Following his military service, he trained at the Filderklinik in Germany and at the Lukas Klinik in Switzerland.

Molly McMullen-Laird, MD

Dr. McMullen-Laird specializes in Internal Medicine. She received her medical degree from Tulane School of Medicine, New Orleans, Louisiana. Dr. McMullen-Laird completed her internship and residency at Reading Hospital in Pennsylvania. She served on active duty as a flight surgeon for the U.S. Air Force in Bitburg, Germany before spending a year working at the Ita Wegman Klinik in Arlesheim, Switzerland.

Location and Hours



Mon 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Tue 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Wed 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Thu 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Fri 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Frequently Asked Questions

We are doing everything possible to hold down the cost of medical care. You can help a great deal by reducing the number of bills we send to you.


Payment is required at the time services are rendered unless other arrangements have been made in advance. This includes applicable coinsurance and copayments for participating insurance companies. CSAM accepts cash, personal checks, VISA, Discover, and MasterCard. There is a service charge of $30 for returned checks.

All invoices unpaid after 30 days will incur a $5 per month service charge.

Patients with an outstanding balance [exclusive of pending insurance claims, but including your co-pay and deductible] 60 days or more overdue must make agreed-upon, written arrangements for payment prior to scheduling more appointments.  After 90 days we reserve the right to use a collection agency with any additional charges being your responsibility.


We collect in full for Medicare for covered services, and submit an invoice to Medicare.  Medicare will send you a check for your covered portion of the cost.  There is often a co-payment and or deductible up to the full amount of the cost of your visit, for which you are responsible.

We do not bill any insurance companies except Medicare.  If you have outpatient visit insurance coverage you may ask for a coded receipt which you can send to your insurance company for reimbursement.  Your time of service receipt includes all information necessary for submitting claims to your insurance company.

If you need assistance or have questions, please leave a message for our billing staff with your exact question and we will call you back to sort it out.


We do not participate in any managed care programs such as HMO’s or EMO’s, and therefore require full payment at the time of service.


If you are a member of the patient organization, your contract must be paid up at the time of service or you are responsible for the full charge for the visit.


These items must be paid in full at the time of dispensing.  If we ship items to you we will require pre-payment with a credit card.


Broken appointments represent a cost to us, to you and to other patients who could have been seen in the time set aside for you. Cancellations are requested 24 hours [at least one business day] prior to the appointment. New Patient appointment cancellations require 2 business days prior to the appointment.  We reserve the right to charge for missed or late-canceled appointments. Excessive abuse of scheduled appointments may result in discharge from the practice.

Thank you for your understanding.

Community Supported Anthroposophical Medicine (CSAM) was founded in 1997 as a 501(c)[3] not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing patient care, education and research in health care through Anthroposophically-Integrated Internal Medicine. We are located in Ann Arbor, Michigan.  Our work is made possible through donations from individuals and small foundations, as well as fees for patient services.
CSAM is governed by a Board of Directors and oversees a medical practice, including physicians and anthroposophically trained therapists, and runs education and outreach programs, research projects, and the Rudolf Steiner Health Center.

Anthroposophical Medicine

Anthroposophy (anthropos: human being, sophia: wisdom) is a worldview founded by philosopher, scientist and social thinker, Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) that combines practical science with spiritual awareness. Anthroposophically extended medicine is an extension of conventional medicine.  The goal is to consciously understand the interactions of the soul and spirit as well as the body. Viewing one’s whole life and its meaning helps one to see an illness in its larger perspective. Anthroposophically-extended medicine treats all aspects of the individual using practical, western allopathic medicine as a foundation.    We use a wide range of treatments which include homeopathy, nutritional guidelines, artistic and movement therapies to extend the practice of medicine. In Europe there are well established anthroposophical hospitals, clinics, pharmaceutical companies and training centers. Many other fields of human endeavor have been enriched by Steiner’s work, such as education (Waldorf Schools), agriculture (Biodynamic Farming), architecture, arts and economics.
The late Otto Wolff, in his foreword to The Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine, wrote: “Medicine will be broadened by a spiritual conception of man to an art of healing, or else it will remain a soulless technology that removes only symptoms. Through the concrete inclusion of the spirit and soul of man, a humanization of medicine, as it was inaugurated by Rudolf Steiner, is possible.

We provide evaluation and treatment of acute and chronic medical problems using anthroposophical and conventional approaches as appropriate and in accord with the patient’s wishes. The initial consultation allows the physicians to discuss options with the patient and create a treatment plan, utilizing anthroposophical remedies as appropriate for the condition. The treatment regimen may include external applications, oral medications including natural and homeopathic remedies, intravenous therapy (such as iv vitamin C), hydrotherapy, physical therapy, movement therapy, nutritional counseling and conventional medications. Our physicians can take care of most medical problems, such as acute and chronic neurologic, cholesterol and chronic heart conditions, digestive disorders, help with cancer treatment, childhood development and school problems, gynecological exams and problems, management of menopausal symptoms with homeopathic treatments, skin disorders and biopsies, joint and sports injuries, allergies, ear infections, and chronic sinusitis without antibiotics, toxin exposure, Lyme disease, and fibromyalgia/chronic fatigue syndrome