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When you become a Cenegenics Beverly Hills patient, you are provided a dedicated team consisting of your physician, nutrition/exercise counselor and service coordinator. Your team is focused on helping you achieve your health, vitality and wellness goals every day.
Each Cenegenics physician has completed the Clinical Strategies for Healthy Aging in Age Management Medicine program, sponsored by the Age Management Medicine Education Foundation (AMMEF), the educational division of Cenegenics Education and Research Foundation (CERF) - providing our physicians with a specialized skillset to practice this medical specialty.
Dr. Paul F. Campion, M.D. is a Fellow of the American Board of Ophthalmology with medical licenses in California and Nevada. After earning a medical degree from George Washington University, he completed an internal medicine internship at The Huntington Memorial Hospital (in Pasadena, under the auspices of the University of Southern California), followed by an ophthalmology residency at George Washington University. From 1989 to 1993, he was an assistant clinical professor at the California Pacific Medical Center (San Francisco) and later developed a solo ophthalmology/eye wellness practice in Petaluma, CA.
In mid-2012, Dr. Campion completed Cenegenics' Physician Training & Certification in Age Management Medicine program and became a Cenegenics Physician Partner in 2013, helping them launch their 22nd age management medicine center, Cenegenics San Francisco. In December 2013, Dr. Campion assumed the role as Director to the Beverly Hill Center.
Dr. Campion has been involved in research over the years, working with UCLA's Department of Oncology, the Smithsonian Institution (National Zoo) and the George Washington University's Department of Pathology. He also has been seated on several committees, including the Petaluma Valley Hospital Surgery Executive Committee, Bio-ethics Committee, Operating Room Committee, PHO Development Committee and Library/Education Committee.
Proficient in French, Italian and Spanish, Dr. Campion is a known horticulturist specialist in the Bay Area, highly regarded for his hybridization and propagation of peonies.
Liz holds a Bachelor’s degree in both Exercise Science and Dietetics from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association and also holds a Corrective Exercise Specialist certification through the National Academy of Sports Medicine.
While at the University of Nebraska, Liz worked with the Athletic Department supporting their Sports Nutrition Program and their Strength and Conditioning. After completing her degree she worked as a Performance Specialist for EXOS where she worked with a wide range of clientele. Her experience ranges from coaching youth athletes in speed and agility to providing personalized comprehensive wellness programs for executives. With this experience she has the ability to create programming for all ages and abilities and tailor it to their wants and needs.
“My goal is to help people understand the small changes they can make towards living a healthy lifestyle and how that leads to big results over time. There is no “one size fits all” approach and we need to find the right balance between nutrition, exercise, recovery and mindfulness in order to get lasting results.”
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