Massachusetts General Hospital’s Concierge Medicine doctors focus on personalized preventative and primary care, wellness and nutrition, and the coordination of specialty care if needed.
Having served as the Medical Director for both Mass General’s Concierge Medicine and Executive Health Services practices, Dr. Finn brings sound leadership, a gentle bedside manner and an innovative approach to Primary Care to our practice. Dr. Finn graduated from Tufts University School of Medicine, completed his residency at Mass General in Internal Medicine and began his career as a full-time clinician, in addition to precepting residents and teaching medical students.
Dr. Finn has a special interest in care design, which evolved as his administrative and practice leadership roles grew. He believes deeply in the continuity model of care, which led to his role as the Director of the McGovern Service, and which supports the ability for outpatient physicians to continue to actively care for their patients in the hospital, working collaboratively with both the teaching and hospital medicine services. In 2019, Dr. Finn was recognized as the inaugural incumbent of the Gill and Allan Gray Family Endowed Chair in Internal Medicine.
Dr. Frank brings a long-tenured career in Primary Care, serving for five years as an attending physician at Atrius Health, and another 12 years at Lahey Clinic/Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. She has a particular clinical interest in obesity medicine and served for three years as the medical director of Lahey Clinic’s Weight Center. Dr. Frank graduated cum laude from Union College, received a master’s degree in public health from Boston University’s School of Public Health, and her medical degree from Tufts University School of Medicine. She completed her residency in internal medicine at Lahey Clinic Medical Center, and began her career there as a full-time clinician, in addition to precepting residents and teaching medical students.
Prior to deciding to pursue a career in medicine, Dr. Frank began her career as a newspaper reporter, winning various awards for her reporting from the New England Press Association. She then decided to return to school to complete a post-baccalaureate pre-medical education program at Wellesley College and followed with her medical training. As a clinical instructor for Harvard Medical School since 2009, Dr. Frank has received multiple teaching awards and has served on Admissions and Graduate Medical Education Committees; teaching medical students continues to be among her professional passions. She has also been active in the Domestic Violence Initiative, Ethics Committee, and Obesity Society. Dr. Frank enjoys spending time with her family, adores dogs (particularly golden retrievers) and is an avid baker.
Dr. Fry provides patients with an exceptionally high level of primary care and service with a focus on preventive care, health screening, wellness, nutrition and fitness. Dr. Fry graduated from Brandeis University cum laude and received his medical degree from the University of Massachusetts Medical School.
In 2010 Dr. Fry joined Mass General and Harvard Medical School, where he continues to supervise residents and clinical staff while focusing on adult primary care. He has particular interest in diabetes and has directed faculty development at Mass General Waltham in delivering more comprehensive care to patients with diabetes. Dr. Fry has a philosophy of care that is rooted in service to his patients and to his community since becoming an Eagle Scout.
He has a special interest in patient safety and communication skills surrounding safety, quality of care and medical errors.
Dr. Huang graduated from Columbia College summa cum laude and received his medical and doctorate degrees from Harvard Medical School. He completed an internal medicine residency and a cardiology fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Huang is Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He has practiced Internal Medicine and Cardiology at Mass General continuously for the past 31 years.
Dr. Huang’s clinical interests are in cardiovascular disease prevention with a particular interest in links between diabetes and heart disease.
Dr. Shah is an east coast native, originally from Long Island NY, and has lived in Chicago and Seattle. She completed both undergraduate and medical school at Northwestern University in Chicago, IL and went on to do her Internal Medicine training at the Lahey Clinic in Burlington, MA.
Dr. Shah began her career working with inpatients at academic medical centers in both WA and MA. This experience left her with an intimate understanding of the experience of hospitalized patients, and helped her become a strong advocate for her patients when they navigate the hospital setting. Dr. Shah also brings the experience of working with a geriatric cohort, and managing a traditional primary care practice.
Together, these decades of experience in different fields of internal medicine have shaped Dr. Shah's unique perspective and holistic approach. She centers her care around maximizing quality of life and helping patients make decisions that help them to live their best life, however they define it. She believes in innate patient wisdom, and that we all ultimately know what is best for us.
Her passions include lifestyle medicine, nutrition, mental health and preventive care. She is a strong ally for the LGBTQ+ community. She is a mother of two active teenagers and loves to practice hot yoga and create art in her free time.
Dr. Uhlmann is a native Bostonian who has also lived in Arizona and Switzerland. She attended Wellesley College, University of Arizona Law School and Tufts Medical School. Dr. Uhlmann completed her Internship and Residency at St. Vincent Hospital in Worcester, MA, and her Advanced Heart Failure and Heart Transplant Fellowship at University of California Hospitals, San Francisco, CA.
For the past decade, she has practiced at Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates. Clinically, Dr. Uhlmann is particularly interested in obesity medicine, cardiovascular health and women’s health.
Originally Dr. Vouros is an internist at Massachusetts General Hospital and assistant professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. She graduated from Dartmouth College and Dartmouth Medical School and subsequently trained at Boston University and Boston City hospitals. Dr. Vouros joined Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School in 1995, serving primary care patients at Mass General's Downtown Primary Care location for five years and Bulfinch Medical Group for 17 years. Her clinical time is dedicated to providing exceptional patient care through Mass General's Executive Health and International Patient Center groups.
On the academic side, Dr. Vouros serves as co-director for the Bonner House for Harvard Medical School students during their clerkship year at Mass General and helps guide future health care leaders as a coach for the Mass General residency program.
She is passionate about her volunteer service on the board of directors of Silver Lining Mentoring, an organization that provides mentorship to youth in foster care.
Alison Graziano, RDN, LDN
Originally from Buffalo, NY, Alison is no stranger to the cold Boston winters. As the in-house Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Alison holds a Bachelor of Nutritional Science from Cornell University. She completed her dietetic internship at Brigham and Women’s Hospital before joining Mass General’s Concierge and Executive Health practices in 2021.
Many people believe dietitians are the food police – this simply isn’t true. Alison understands that fad diets and blanket nutrition recommendations don’t work. Instead, she takes a compassionate approach to nutrition counseling that tailors balanced nutrition solutions to meet each patient’s unique lifestyle and health needs.
Alison’s clinical interests are in prevention of chronic disease through nutrition and lifestyle intervention while improving our relationship with food and our body. In her free time, she is an avid alpine skier and home cook.
Lisa joined the Concierge Medicine practice after 16 years in independent practice as an integrative Health Coach and personal trainer/Pilates instructor. She is a Duke Integrative Medicine Trained Integrative Health Coach (2015) and completed the Health and Wellness Coach Certifying Exam to become a National Board-certified Health and Wellness Coach in 2017, as part of the first cohort to sit for the exam.
Lisa coaches adults of all ages and life stages. She has helped people to make lasting lifestyle changes around fitness, sleep, and stress reduction. She has also coached extensively on topics like self-care for caregivers (children at home/aging parents), professional and personal growth/development for mid to late career professionals, and proactive approaches to aging while extending one’s healthspan.
She is a competitive equestrian (dressage), a former competitive amateur boxer and an avid cross-country skier.
As a National Board-certified Health and Wellness Coach and graduate of Duke Integrative Medicine's Coaching Certification program, Kate has deep knowledge of behavioral change theory and health coaching methodology. Kate also holds an MBA from the Darden School of Business at The University of Virginia and a BA from Bates College. In her free time, Kate enjoys yoga, experimenting with plant-based cooking, and exploring the great outdoors with her husband and two young sons.