Dr. Uday Jani Introduces A Personalized Concierge Medical Care Solution

New concierge medical care model incorporates traditional and integrative medicine

Uday Jani, MD, has transitioned his family medicine practice to a personalized care model, also known as concierge medicine care. Based in Milton, Jani’s personalized care practice provides patients with a unique approach to overall health and wellness by offering both traditional and alternative integrative medicine treatments.

Physicians across the country are establishing concierge medicine practices to return the physician-patient relationship to the forefront of medicine, as well as having more satisfied patients and better health outcomes. Jani’s practice provides an enhanced comprehensive annual wellness exam, which allows him and the patient to develop an individualized plan for the year, focusing on both conventional and alternative treatments to improve health and fitness, while addressing any new or existing health goals. Having completed an integrative medicine fellowship under Dr. Andrew Weil, the renowned physician and founder of integrative medicine, Jani is able to offer a holistic approach that is unmatched in the area.

“My definition of wellness emphasizes the broader concepts of health promotion and preventive care,” notes Jani. “Shore View Personalized Care has the ability to view each individual as a whole person, integrating body, mind, spirit, and community while providing the highest-quality medical care and service possible.”

In a personalized care practice, physicians dramatically reduce their patient panel from thousands to hundreds of patients, allowing the physician to offer longer on-time appointments that are available the same day or next day after a patient inquiry. Furthermore, patients are given their physician’s cellphone number and are able to contact them personally for any medical emergency, day or night


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