Meet Dr. Malis
Charles D. Malis, M.D.
Internal Medicine & Nephrology
Concord Health Center
Charles Malis, MD, is an internal medicine and nephrology specialist and the medical director at Concord Health Center in Concord, Massachusetts. With a background in academic research, Dr. Malis considers he and his patients as equal partners in reviewing a patient’s results, establishing a diagnosis, and developing a treatment plan together.
This approach improves his patient-doctor relationships and empowers his patients to take a more active role in their own health.
After earning his Bachelor of Arts at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Dr. Malis went on to complete his Doctor of Medicine at Hahnemann Medical College at Drexel University, also located in Philadelphia. He continued his medical training at the prestigious Cleveland Clinic Medical Center in Cleveland, completing his internship and residency in internal medicine.
Dr. Malis remained at the Cleveland Clinic for an additional year to conduct cardiovascular research before completing his renal fellowship training at The Johns Hopkins Medical School and Hospital in Baltimore and Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.
As a health care professional who is invested in academic research, Dr. Malis has spent a total of 15 years at various reputable institutions, including the Cleveland Clinic, The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and Massachusetts General Hospital with Harvard Medical School. He has also published numerous research papers in some of the most distinguished scientific journals, including the New England Journal of Medicine, Circulation, and the American Journal of Physiology. Dr. Malis is board-certified in internal medicine and nephrology by the American Board of Medical Specialties.
Dr. Malis is committed to helping his patients find the answers to their health concerns using the most advanced diagnostic tools available so they can get the treatment and relief they need.
- Harvard Medical School 1981-1986
- Massachusetts General Hospital 1981-1992
- Johns Hopkins Medical School & Hospital 1979-1981
- Cleveland Clinic Hospital & Research Institute 1975-1979
- Hahnemann Medical School (now Drexel University Medical School) 1971-1975
- University of Pennsylvania B.A. 1967-1971