"Enter as Patients, Leave as Friends"
“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others”
"I became a physician because I feel strongly that health care is a right and not a privilege. That everyone, despite their socioeconomic status has a right to feel well and has a right to feel better when they are sick.
Over the years, I have seen the erosion of healthcare in America with longer waiting times, shorter times with primary care physicians, packed emergency rooms, the explosion of urgent cares along with skyrocketing insurance costs, hospital costs and drug prices.
I have seen the physician patient relationship deteriorate before my very eyes, day by day until both patient and physician have given up. Patients have told me openly that they hate coming to the doctor because of how time-consuming it is and how little time is given to them when they finally see the doctor. From the physician side, I have heard the frustration working in an insurance-based system led to higher administrative costs with pre-authorizations for routine medications and testing leading to burnout while seeing more and more patients in an already packed day.
For me, I became disengaged from my own feelings of compassion as I practiced unhappily for the last 2 years of a 20-year career. Finally, I decided that this wasn't how I wanted my relationship with people to be anymore. I opened my direct pay primary care clinic with a vision that every patient should be able to see me when they needed to see me simply by calling me directly. No insurance, no co-pays, no long wait times, no gimmicks, no unnecessary testing. Simply good medicine.
I believe in the connections between people that are healthy and respectful. I believe when you are kind, caring, compassionate, sincere, empathetic, patient and humble people will see you for who you are – a good human being interested in them as people not as a dollar sign. I want to take medicine back to its roots where it was pure and unadulterated by the corruption in today’s marketplace.
In my twenty years of medicine, I have learned that people no longer trust physicians as in the past. It's my goal to create a bond with you where you feel heard and cared for and I think that is worth creating."
- Dr. Wael Aboughali on the founding of "My Doctor Primary Care Clinic"
Dr. Aboughali is an amazing doctor he always goes above and beyond to help his patients. I’ve been his patient for about 2 years now and I had never found a doctor that cares so much for his patients. He is professional, caring, empathetic, knowledgeable, and most importantly he listens to his patients and addresses any questions or concerns. I highly recommend Dr. Aboughali he’s the best.
I cannot express enough gratitude for the outstanding care I received from Dr. A. He not only possesses exceptional medical expertise but also has an incredible ability to listen and understand my needs. Without a doubt, Dr. A is an embodiment of the perfect doctor-patient relationship.
My husband and I have been a patient of Dr Aboughali for about 7 years. Dr. Aboughali is a one of a kind and one in a million physician. I have never in my life received the level of care he brings. He is so kind and caring and he takes his time in listening and understanding your needs.
Dr. A was ASTOUNDING when it came to following up and giving me more information about my prescriptions and even referred me to my new AMAZING therapist. This will be my new doctor moving forward and I will definitely recommend him for anyone looking for an actual Doctor who cares about his patients!!