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Dr. Richard M. Delany, M.D., F.A.C.C., has been in practice since 1979. He earned his medical degree from Georgetown University Medical School in Washington, D.C. Once he began practicing, he saw a need for something that wasn’t readily available: integrative medicine.

The combination of our available services is one of the biggest factors that sets us apart. We’ve gathered the most effective forms of testing and medical or alternative solutions in one place, giving you access to everything you will need to figure out your particular health challenges. An unrushed approach to determining what you require enables us to form a personalized strategy made just for you. It’s our goal to ensure you can regain your health and manage or prevent the occurrence of disease.
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We believe that a genuine care for a patient is one of the most important traits a doctor can possess. As such, when you need to see another physician, we will only refer you to the people we think are the best in their field. Dr. Delany refers to six main Boston-area hospitals for specialty consultations, tests, hospitalizations and care.

Once we determine your medical issues and your preference, we may send you to any of the following facilities for care: (If needed Dr. Delany will accompany you to your appointment.)

  • Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
  • New England Baptist Hospital
  • Brigham & Women’s Hospital
  • Massachusetts General Hospital
  • St. Elizabeth’s Hospital
  • Lahey Clinic

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Patients often find their way to our clinic when they haven’t gotten answers elsewhere. The most common issues include asthma, high blood pressure, chronic pain or weight management. Dr. Delany will work tirelessly to uncover the source of your issues and the solutions that will work for you.

What Makes A Good Doctor By Richard M. Delany M.D., F.A.C.C.

  • A detailed past medical history
  • Frames the analytical ground
  • To frequent literature review
  • To grasp the disease within
  • Kindness and compassion
  • To collect patient information
  • Acquired from far and wide
  • History of a patient’s family
  • And What old records provide
  • Interaction in a respectful way
  • Old test results long forgotten
  • Might answer ” How did it start?”
  • By repeat and again repeat !
  • Test choices thoughtfully made
  • To seek causes of disease Why and How they occur
  • A physical exam – complete Maintaining clinical skills
  • A process of narrowing down Realizing the clinical context
  • Discovering physiologic solutions Are What good doctors prefer
  • Name and Blame: avoided Think and Link: can begin
  • Unraveling a disease’s timeline It’s exposure – an acquired art
  • Repeat physical exams oft provide What other tests might not say
  • To Always seem to be available Even when it’s hard to do
  • Caring about the need to be caring To do the best that you can do



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