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Internal Medicine Consultation

Shaun S. Daneshrad, MD, FACC -  - Cardiologist

Shaun S. Daneshrad, MD, FACC

Cardiologist & Internist located in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, CA

Dr. Daneshrad has earned a reputation as a trusted healthcare provider in Los Angeles, CA, providing patients with skilled care including comprehensive internal medicine consultation services to help them maintain the best health possible.

Internal Medicine Consultation Q & A

What is internal medicine?

Internal medicine is a medical specialty that focuses on the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of diseases that affect adult patients. It encompasses a wide array of subspecialties, including gastroenterology, hematology, oncology, pulmonology, cardiology and more. Skilled internists like Dr. Daneshrad are also trained in handling women's and men's health issues, mental health issues and substance abuse issues, as well as medical conditions ranging from common colds to complex chronic and acute health problems.


What does an internal medicine consultation involve?

Every internal medicine consultation is different, based on each patient's symptoms and health needs. Dr. Daneshrad will begin the consultation by discussing your concerns and taking a complete health history, including a history of family members' medical issues to identify potential risk factors. He'll also conduct a comprehensive medical exam and may order lab tests or health screenings to check for diseases or identify risk factors. And he'll provide you with guidance and advice to help you make lifestyle changes that can help you live the healthiest life possible.


Is an internist the same as a family doctor?

No; an internist specializes in the care of adults, which means they have a deep understanding of the often complex issues that can affect men and women throughout every stage of their adult life. Three or more years of an internist's training is dedicated to studying the health issues and diseases that affect adults, so they are true specialists in these conditions.


Is an internist the same as an intern?

No; an intern is a doctor in his or her first year of residency training. An internist, or doctor of internal medicine, has already completed medical training, including special training in adult diseases and health issues.

Major Insurance Providers Accepted

Below is a short list of just some of the plans we accept. Please contact our office if you do not see your insurance provider listed on our site.

Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Blue Shield of California
Health Net
Independence Blue Cross