The philosophy of David Abrams is simple:
provide 21st century medicine with an old-fashioned commitment to care.

He started his office practice of Internal Medicine and Nephrology in Tarzana, California over 30 years ago. In the past 10 years he has been actively involved in preventive medicine and over several years has become an expert in Telemedicine. Now Dr. Abrams can use his advanced diagnostic skills to accurately and conveniently care for the patients inside his office as well as the ones he sees via video-conference. Or he can connect via email or text messages.

"I believe that telemedicine is the future of my practice, allowing my patients with non-emergent health issues to connect electronically with me wherever they are."

Dr. Abrams’ extensive experience in preventative medicine provides for his patients an opportunity to achieve their best health possible. By combining targeted health screening and assessment tools with his telemedicine connectivity he can work with patients to help them create healthier lifestyles. Patients can even upload their fitness monitor data to the electronic record that Dr. Abrams maintains for all of his patients.

Dr. Abrams is their doctor, their coach and their health educator.

Dr. Abrams, a graduate of Keck School of Medicine at USC is board certified in Internal Medicine and Nephrology and maintains advanced medical knowledge. He is Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at the USC School of Medicine and a consultant to medical technology development companies.

A graduate of the University of Southern California, School of Medicine, Dr. Abrams did his post graduate training in Internal Medicine and Nephrology at LAC-USC Medical Center and at the University of California San Diego University Hospital.

His current passion for teaching, technology, and the evolution of the practice of medicine is well balanced with time spent with friends, family and in particular his four beautiful granddaughters.

Dr. Abrams maintains memberships with the American Academy of Private Physicians and the American Telemedicine Association.