"Dr. Choi graduated with a MD degree from Loma Linda University School of Medicine in California.
After completing his internship and residency in internal medicine at St. Mary’s Hospital/UCLA Medical School, he was also chosen as the chief resident and subsequently joined the faculty of St. Mary’s Hospital/UCLA Medical School where he taught internal medicine before moving to Las Vegas.
Dr. Choi was recognized as one of the Top 101 doctors in the June 2005 issue of “S – The Magazine of Summerlin” and one of the top doctors in Las Vegas Life’s June, 2006 edition. Currently, he serves as a member of the Medical Executive Committee for Summerlin Hospital and Medical Center."
"At Concierge Wellness Center, patients have access to a dedicated medical team who gets to know them individually. This Las Vegas-based medical practice provides in-house lab services, regenerative medicine treatments, and primary care physician services, to name a few. At the helm of the practice, Christopher Choi, MD, is board-certified in internal medicine, as well as hospice and palliative medicine, through the American Board of Internal Medicine.
After completing his studies in internal medicine at St. Mary’s Hospital/UCLA Medical School, he was chosen as the chief resident and subsequently joined the faculty of St. Mary’s Hospital/UCLA Medical School where he taught internal medicine before moving to Las Vegas. Concierge Wellness Center is a family-focused practice, all patients will receive high-quality care. Patients have 24/7 access to Dr. Choi’s personal cell phone, so they can contact their doctor any time they may need; he’s always on call.
Not only do Dr. Choi and his team spend a lot of time with patients, but they also ensure patient wait times are minimal. Patients can even expect to spend quality time with their doctor — most visits last 30-60 minutes. Dr. Choi wants to ensure patients aren’t rushed and instead receive information about all of their concerns. To book an appointment at Concierge Wellness Center, patients can call into the clinic to speak with a team member directly. Someone is always available to answer once the phone rings, instead of a voice recording system."