Welcome to Tony Mills MD
About the Practice
In 1999, I moved to Los Angeles and started a medical practice devoted to holistic healthcare by focusing on nutrition, exercise, and wellness. After years of working with patients who were not living healthy lifestyles, it became my goal to practice and promote healthy behaviors. California has provided the perfect environment for my practice, as it is a community that encourages exercise and eating right. I am able to contribute by working with my patients to take them to a higher level of wellness.
I chose the Sunset Medical Tower at 9201 Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles as the home for my practice because it is a well-established medical building on the border of Beverly Hills/West Hollywood, and is a place where the majority of the doctors focus on health rather than illness. Rather than being confronted by disease when coming for appointments, I want my patients to be immersed by light and positive energy. The work of the majority of my colleagues in the building deals with optimizing wellness and it’s rare to see anyone in the elevator that doesn’t radiate due to the focus on good health. What started as a small office grew rapidly into a large practice. Instead of advertising the practice, my colleagues and I have relied on referrals from other medical providers and satisfied patients referring their friends and family. As we grew over the years and more space became available in the building, we expanded the office and eventually grew to the size we are today. We currently encompass a large part of the 8th floor in the building, and continue to generate new ideas to expand so we can provide more services and resources to patients.
The Goals of My Practice
My goal from the beginning was to provide the absolute best care possible for my patients. I aspire to be like the Mayo Clinic where everything is done with the highest quality and the utmost professionalism. I was cautioned when I moved to LA that, because Los Angeles had so many well trained doctors, the competition would be fierce. I was convinced however that there would always be room at the top, a place for excellence and for a more personal style of care. As we grew, we added other physicians, nurse practitioners, and medical staff all of whom are committed to our mission to take great care of our patients and to be the best practice we can be. I have always sought out the most skilled, personable, and committed employees. My management style has been to find the very best people, to treat my employees well, to compensate them fairly and to offer good benefits, to maintain a cohesive and consistent staff for my patients. We have very little turnover in the practice and most of the employees that are working with me today laugh about the fact that we will all be working together until we retire.