Michael Duffy, MD
- University of Minnesota
- Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Michael T. Duffy, MD graduated with a degree in physiology, magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, from the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, where he also completed his medical education. His residency training was in Internal Medicine at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, during which time he also received a Solomon Scholars Resident Research Award. Dr. Duffy established his Beverly Hills private practice in General Internal Medicine in 1989, where he continues to practice today. His practice emphasis is in preventive medicine and the early detection and prevention of coronary artery and vascular disease.
Dr. Duffy has served as an active attending physician at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center where he has been involved with the training of residents and has had patient care in virtually every hospital service. He has been requested to provide consultative medical services by numerous colleagues and medical staff.
Dr. Duffy was named in “Town & Country’s Guide To Outstanding Primary-Care Physicians” national listing in 2000. He was also listed as one of Southern California Super Doctors in Los Angeles Magazine (2008).
Dr. Duffy has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, where he discussed his transition into personalized medicine in the article, ‘Annual Retainer Fee Buys Patients more Time with their Doctors.’ Click here for full article
He’s also praised for his integral role as part of a “dream team” of doctors by a patient in the Orange Country Register, in a piece called ‘Building the Dream Team.’ Read more here.
Meet Donna Duffy
Dr. Duffy is joined by Donna Duffy, a registered nurse and an expert in the field of aesthetics with more than 12 years experience. She specializes in skincare, as well as an artistic approach to dermal fillers, laser treatments, sclerotherapy and CoolSculpting. Donna is known for her “natural-looking” results that leave our clients appearing rejuvenated and refreshed – never overdone.
Donna graduated from Western Michigan University with a bachelor’s degree in health studies, before achieving her R.N. from the Bronson School of Nursing. She has previously worked in the hospital setting and for film and television.