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CMT SPOTLIGHT: Meet Dr. Thomas Fry and Dr. Paul Huang of Massachusetts General Hospital’s Concierge Medicine Practice

We are greatly honored to announce that Thomas A. Fry, MD, will join the Concierge Medicine practice at Massachusetts General Hospital on May 16, 2017. ~Massachusetts General Hospital

Thank you for your interest in Concierge Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital. Our state-of-the-art practice opened in the fall of 2016 and is conveniently located on the tenth floor of 50 Staniford Street in Boston, adjacent to the main campus of Mass General. If you would like to receive occasional updates on our practice, please submit our online signup form.

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We are currently enrolling patients in the Concierge Medicine program. Begin the process to join our practice today. See how coordinated, convenient care at one of the leading academic medical centers in the world may help you prevent illnesses. Sign up for occasional email updates to stay informed, or call 617-643-2132 or email us to learn more.

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Healthcare with You in Mind

Imagine having a “quarterback” dedicated to your health needs at one of the top-ranked hospitals in the country. The goal for our primary care physicians at Concierge Medicine is to provide you with an exceptionally high level of service, including preventive care, health screenings, wellness, nutrition and fitness.

Massachusetts General Hospital’s Concierge Medicine is our membership-based primary care practice. Our focus is on personalized preventative and primary care, wellness and nutrition, and the coordination of specialty care if needed.

Our concierge doctors see fewer patients every day, meaning they have more time for you. Physicians are available to our patients via phone or e-mail 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We also coordinate advanced care for our patients, especially when there is a serious illness or unexpected diagnosis.

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At Mass General, we are committed to improving the health and well-being of all members of the diverse communities we serve. Our Concierge Medicine practice promotes the evolution of primary care, innovating processes for delivering the very best care, including the use of mobile and electronic solutions.

How to Enroll

We are currently enrolling patients in the Concierge Medicine program. Begin the process to join our practice today. See how coordinated, convenient care at one of the leading academic medical centers in the world may help you prevent illnesses. Sign up for occasional email updates to stay informed, or call 617-643-2132 or email us to learn more.

Thomas A. Fry, MD

    Dr. Fry will provide patients with an exceptionally high level of primary care and service with a focus on preventive care, health screening, wellness, nutrition and fitness. Dr. Fry graduated from Brandeis University cum laude and received his medical degree from the University of Massachusetts Medical School.

    He completed an internal medicine residency and internship at Lahey Clinic Medical Center, later serving as the senior staff physician for seven years. In addition to providing clinical care at Lahey Clinic, Dr. Fry also supervised medical students, residents and fellows, and took part in committees and review boards.

    In 2010 Dr. Fry joined Mass General and Harvard Medical School, where he continues to supervise residents and clinical staff while focusing on adult primary care. He has particular interest in diabetes and has directed faculty development at Mass General Waltham in delivering more comprehensive care to patients with diabetes. Dr. Fry has a philosophy of care that is rooted in service to his patients and to his community since becoming an Eagle Scout.

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  • He has a special interest in patient safety and communication skills surrounding safety, quality of care and medical errors. He integrated these concepts into the teaching curriculum of medical students at Tufts and Harvard Medical School. He was the director of the transition at Mass General Waltham to becoming a level 3 NCQA certified patient-centered medical home, which emphasizes a team-based approach focused on providing comprehensive and continuous medical care to patients with the goal of obtaining maximum health outcomes.Additionally, Dr. Fry is involved in a wide array of community teaching and coaching activities in baseball, hockey and soccer. He served as the Director of the Major League at Warrendale Little League, where he has coached each of his five children. He received the special honor of being named Warrendale Little League Coach of the Year in 2014.

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  • Paul L. Huang, MD, PhD

    Dr. Huang graduated from Columbia College summa cum laude and received his medical and doctorate degrees from Harvard Medical School. He completed an internal medicine residency and a cardiology fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Huang is Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He has practiced Internal Medicine and Cardiology at Mass General continuously for the past 31 years.

    Dr. Huang’s clinical interests are in cardiovascular disease prevention with a particular interest in links between diabetes and heart disease. He has most recently led the Cardiac Metabolic Syndrome Program that launched at Mass General in 2005. This multidisciplinary program, part of the Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Center, helps participants reduce their risks for heart disease by focusing on nutrition, physical activities and a mindset toward healthy behavior over the long term.

    Internationally known as a leader in the area of nitric oxide (NO) biology, Dr. Huang’s research investigates the molecular mechanisms linking diabetes, obesity and hyerlipidemia to cardiovascular and cerebrovascular disease. He leads the Cardiovascular and Metabolic Patient (CAMP) cohort at Mass General, a large clinical research project that draws subjects from the Mass General Corrigan Minehan Heart Center.

    Read how Dr. Huang has made disease prevention a priority

SOURCE: http://www.massgeneral.org/concierge-medicine/?display=our-doctors

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