DALLAS (PRWEB) November 08, 2017
In 2005, partner physicians Walter Gaman, MD and Mark Anderson, MD set out to change the doctor/patient relationship. That vision quickly became a reality as Executive Medicine of Texas flourished. Patients all around Texas quickly grasped the concept of executive physicals, concierge medicine, and a more comprehensive approach to their health. Soon, patients from around the globe were flying in to seek the doctors expertise on living longer and healthier lives. Now in 2017, the physicians have taken their practice to an even higher level.
Their new location at 2106 East State Hwy 114, Southlake, Texas is more along the line of a private club than a doctor’s office. Complete with showers and an Executive lounge that overlooks the city, patients can enjoy their half-day visit in comfort. “The office is a reflection of our patients’ wish list. We actually polled them over a year ago and then designed the office around their responses,” explains Judy Gaman, Director of Business Development for the practice. “Everything we do is for their comfort and better health, so their opinion matters to us.”
In addition to the partner physicians, they added a female physician to the staff in 2016. “We spent an entire year searching the country for just the right addition to the practice. Dr. Elizabeth Cox has been a terrific addition and we’re glad to have her,” said Dr. Anderson. The practice also has two female extenders, Randi True, PA-C and Tabitha Wade, MSN, APRN, FNP-C. With the addition of healthcare providers, the move to a larger and more advanced office was not just a luxury, but a necessity.
The new location is less than ten minutes from DFW Airport and right next to a new Cambria Hotel which makes overnight visits for out-of-town patients convenient and easy to accommodate. Executive Medicine of Texas also has a history of providing ground transportation and security detail for high profile clients arriving at local private airports.
Other services offered at Executive Medicine of Texas include: bio-identical hormone replacement therapy, age management, DNA testing for aging and weight management, micronutrient testing, and the ALCAT food sensitivity panels.