Practice Development Physician and President of Cenegenics® Medical Institute Phoenix
In 1977, I began the practice of general internal medicine, taking care of both hospital and office patients. After 30 years of practice, I became frustrated with not being able to prevent the chronic diseases like Hypertension, Diabetes, Heart Disease and Cancer in my patients, so I completed the Cenegenics Fellowship in Age Management in August of 2007. Our Cenegenics Phoenix center was opened in August of 2011 in Partnership with the Cenegenics Medical Institute. We are committed to the prevention of the diseases commonly seen in aging.
Rhodes College, Memphis, TN; BA in Biology, 1970
University of Tennessee Medical School, Memphis, TN, MD Degree, 1973
Methodist Hospitals of Memphis; January, 1974 – December, 1974
Residency: Internal Medicine at Methodist Hospitals of Memphis; January, 1975 – December, 1977
Internal Medicine, 1977 – present
Member of the American College of Physicians
American Society Age Management
Managing Medicare Claims, Delta Healthcare Management, Memphis, Tennessee, 1992
Multiple presentations to Medical Staffs and Medical Societies including:
Fifteen years of consulting in matters involving physician documentation of both inpatient and outpatient coding guidelines. Consulting has involved medical records audits for large medical groups and hospital systems.
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– Jim Rohn
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