January 2018 – Volume 14 – Issue 7
Cleveland Clinic Florida has launched a new Concierge Medicine program based in the Las Olas neighborhood of East Fort Lauderdale. Led by board-certified internist Nabil Tadross, MD, and fully supported by Cleveland Clinic’s extensive clinical network that reaches from Florida, the United States and Canada, the program will provide consistent, comprehensive, personalized medical care, while cultivating in-depth patient-physician relationships that support patients’ health goals.
Cleveland Clinic Florida will host a grand opening celebration to unveil this unique practice and introduce its exceptional concierge medicine team on Thursday, January 25, 2018, from 4 to 6 p.m. The event will be held at the Concierge Medicine office at 1301 E. Broward Blvd, Suite 205, in Fort Lauderdale.
“The cornerstone of Cleveland Clinic Florida’s Concierge Medicine program is the highly personalized care and immediate and continuous access to a personal physician, which is made possible by limiting the size of the practice,” said Wael Barsoum, MD, President of Cleveland Clinic Florida. “Dr. Tadross and his highly qualified healthcare team will keep the focus on the patient and provide the world-class care for which Cleveland Clinic is renowned.”
Concierge Medicine members will receive comprehensive and coordinated care, extended appointments with a personal physician, and direct physician communication available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, including support and coordination of care for medical emergencies when traveling for business or pleasure. Same day or next day appointments, minimized wait times, and seamless referral management are additional member benefits of the Concierge Medicine program.
Prior to leading Cleveland Clinic Florida’s Concierge Medicine program, Dr. Tadross was Associate Medical Director of the Richard E. Jacobs Family Health Center in Ohio where he oversaw a large medical practice while concurrently serving as both Chair of Medicine at Cleveland Clinic’s Avon Hospital and as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University.