Brian Bouch, M.D.
Dr. Brian Bouch has 30 years experience in family practice, emergency medicine, and integrative medicine. He earned his medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and obtained Board Certification in Emergency Medicine and Medical Acupuncture. Dr. Bouch is also an associate clinical professor at the UCLA School of Medicine where he teaches Medical Acupuncture to physicians.
Dr. Bouch founded Hill Park Medical Center in 1988 to offer patients the best in alternative healing therapies combined with high-quality conventional medical care. Dr. Bouch also served as the first medical director of Commonweal, Inc., an alternative medical research center which now focuses on cancer care, and was Medical Director of Onebody Inc., a pioneering company that brought alternative medical services to health insurance companies.
Dr. Bouch’s passion for unraveling complex medical problems has earned him the nickname “the medical detective.” And his breadth of experience in a wide variety of complementary and alternative therapies has given him a particular insight into matching the correct therapies for both straightforward and complex problems.
Dear Patients, Colleagues, and Friends,
As many of you know, I’ve been planning to do a much longer sailing trip starting April 2016. Albatross, my forty-four foot sailboat, is now in French Polynesia waiting for me to join her once again at the end of the South Pacific cyclone season. Well, I’ve decided that I don’t want to put time limits on this next sailing adventure.
So, my patients, friends, and fellow colleagues, after over 40 years of practicing medicine, it’s time for me to retire from my practice and step aside, allowing a younger generation of talented integrative healers to take over.
I can truly say that it has been a great honor to serve so many of you, who in turn have taught me so much. We’ve seen many changes in the way healthcare is delivered over those forty years, but what has not changed much is the intimate nature of the relationship between healers and their patients, and the trust engendered. The satisfaction I’ve gained from engaging in these relationships will last me a lifetime.
Hill Park Medical Center and the Natural Remedy Store will pass into the very capable hands of Denise Cooluris, ND. She maintains the vision of Hill Park, which is to see it remain a high quality integrative center of excellence. She brings new energy, talents, and ambition to improve and expand the quality of services Hill Park Medical Center has to offer. Continuing to work alongside her will be Lois Johnson MD, Justin Cauntay DO, Chris Holder ND, and our newest gifted and experienced practitioner, Robert Gitlin DO.
Thank you for many years of loyalty and friendship.
Yours in health,
Brian Bouch, MD