JumpstartMD, the real food medical weight loss program most recommended by Bay Area physicians, is expanding its reach with a new clinic opening in Mountain View, California. The grand opening of the clinic is set for March 5th. The convenient new location will allow JumpstartMD to better serve current and future patients in the Silicon Valley.
“Demand is high for JumpstartMD to continue to open new locations quickly. Word of mouth referrals really help drive interest in our program. Many people witness the successful weight loss of people they know and trust and it spurs them to make their own health a top priority. Often the only obstacle tends to be geography. We have people calling from not only the furthest reaches of the Bay Area, but from out-of-state as well. Getting another clinic up and running with the best team possible in the Mountain View area has been a top priority. We are thrilled the expansion is imminent,” says Dr. Sean Bourke, Co-founder and CEO of JumpstartMD.
This will be the eleventh clinic location for the extremely effective weight loss program with additional new locations planned for 2014. The clinic will be located at 1503 Grant Road, Suite 150, Mountain View, California.
JumpstartMD offers private, personalized care from a team of experts in medicine, nutrition, psychology and fitness. The company specializes in comprehensive weight management care via individually tailored, fresh (real) food meal strategies and the lifestyle coaching essential to sustainable weight loss. Founded by Stanford-trained physicians, Dr. Conrad Lai and Dr. Sean Bourke, JumpstartMD is clinically proven up to 4-times more effective than other diets and programs, and is the medical weight loss practice most recommended by San Francisco Bay Area physicians. Eleven locations around the Bay and online at: www.JumpstartMD.com.New patient line: 1-855-JUMPSTART
Online at: www.JumpstartMD.com
New patient line: 1-855-JUMPSTART Online at: www.JumpstartMD.com
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