Julianna Lindsey, MD MBA FACP
Radiant Precision Medicine opened our doors 6 months ahead of schedule because other doctors were closing theirs (early pandemic). From day one, we recognized people need a safe place to receive in-person medical care and adopted the right safety practices straight-out-of-the-gate, seen only months later (if at all) in institutional medical practices [UV-C air sanitization, one-at-a-time care, et al]. Dr. Lindsey founded the practice with this spirit, which guides our actions today- Doing the Right Thing.
Dr. Lindsey is Board Certified in Internal Medicine* in active practice for over 20 years. In addition to clinical work, she has spent the past 15 years serving executive leadership roles at Fortune-level companies. During her time in national leadership roles, she experienced the dysfunction of our healthcare (sick-care) system on a large scale and now serves people by offering a superior alternative - through personalized care and attention.
Dr. Lindsey has additional training and certifications in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine, Functional and Integrative Medicine, Lifestyle Medicine, BioIdentical hormone optimization, and Peptide therapy.
In addition to working in corporate America, Dr. Lindsey co-founded, scaled, and sold the largest acute care surgicalist staffing company in the US- so has experienced the demands of entrepreneurship first-hand. Julianna specializes in caring for entrepreneurs who are building or have built empires. She knows the demands stress places on the body and the importance of high-performance to success- working in partnership with high-functioning people to achieve incredible health and performance.
Great medical care requires thoughtful focus, caring, and strong relationships. Unfortunately, "one-size-fits-all" medicine is the norm rather than exception. Having spent her career practicing acute care medicine, she knows people are being overmedicated- getting another medication, antibiotic, or steroid whenever seeking care- while their overall health and wellness declines. Dr. Lindsey knows there is a better, more natural way to go about living and practicing medicine- a way that does not involve trial-and-error medicine, overtreatment, overtesting, or overprescribing.
*What is Internal Medicine? Internal medicine physicians are trained to treat common general medical conditions in adults while having significant experience in internal medicine subspecialties (such as endocrinology, rheumatology, cardiology, and infectious diseases) and neurology. Internists must gain adequate experience in psychiatry, dermatology, ophthalmology, office gynecology, otorhinolaryngology, non-operative orthopedics, palliative medicine, sleep medicine, geriatrics, and rehabilitation medicine comprehensively care for adults. (Info from American College of Physicians website)