Cardiologist to Open Health Centers Focused on Preventative Cardiac Care


Dr. Joel Kahn, a cardiologist and author, will open cardiac centers next week in Bloomfield Township and Grosse Pointe Farms to focus on direct patient care and concierge medicine. Under the program, patients pay an annual fee for services.

“Participating in this new model of health care with advanced cardiac detection and prevention has been a dream of mine for the people of greater Detroit,” Dr. Kahn says. “It’s about allotting extra time to help patients prevent heart attacks and strokes, and providing advanced testing and treatments personalized for a natural health program to feel good and live long.”

Dr. Kahn says the Kahn Centers for Cardiac Longevity, at 4050 West Maple Rd. in Bloomfield Twp. and at 114 Kerchevel Ave. in Grosse Pointe Farms, will focus on the prevention and reversal of heart disease. He says the practices will stress the importance of genetics, nutrition, and advanced artery imaging.

The practices will offer fee-based memberships and consultations. An initial appointment is about one hour long and costs $500 with follow-up appointments costing $250. The centers will open Oct. 1. 

Dr. Kahn, who’s also an associate professor at Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine in Rochester Hills, is also planning to open GreenSpace Café, a plant-based, vegan restaurant that will also feature cocktails and raw juices, in Ferndale by Nov. 1.