South Beach Diet Author Dr. Arthur Agatston and The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Miami Beach Offers Exclusive First-Ever Medical Concierge

July 9, 2018 – Gearing up for completion later this year, The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Miami Beach has elevated their wellness offerings through an exclusive one year membership with The Agatston Center for Private Medicine, a primary care and cardiology concierge practice led by world-renowned cardiologist, nutritionist and author, Dr. Arthur Agatston MD, FACC. This one-of-a-kind medical concierge, which routinely costs $12,000 per household per year, will be given to residents as a closing gift to provide a more convenient and personalized approach to wellness living.

Medical Concierge

“As health and wellness is a top priority for buyers, we decided to push the limits in addition to offering typical fitness and spa amenities,” says Ophir Sternberg, founding partner of Lionheart Capital. “The Residences’ are home to many international business people as well as global travelers; the on-site health concierge will provide conveniences such as at-home vaccinations, remote medical advice and assistance with medical needs while traveling abroad.”

To launch this partnership, each resident will receive a high-tech physical exam that goes beyond that of an ordinary annual visit. From blood work to body scans, the medical team will identify a baseline of current health conditions. The health concierge will determine a tailored plan to achieve their individualized health goals based on The Agatston Center’s Optimal Health Platform ranging from mindfulness, sleep, nutrition, weight loss, stress, and more. As the year progresses, residents can contact the physicians through all the standard methods of contact plus texting for even more added convenience.  If more serious health issues arise, the health concierge will coordinate and schedule all specialty physician appointments, diagnostic procedures and hospital services. Additionally, inpatient consultation and supervision is provided for residents admitted to a hospital.

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