Charles D. Malis, MD Medical Director

Dr. Charles David Malis is a Board-Certified physician in Internal Medicine and Certification American Board Internal Medicine in Nephrology. Dr. Malis has over 40 years of experience in practicing internal medicine.

Dr. Charles Malis M.D.

Internal Medicine and Nephrology/Hypertension

Lawrence Medical Center Medical Director

Charles Malis MD is a specialist in Internal Medicine and Nephrology/Hypertension. He is a physician-scientist, who has engaged in academic medical research for over 15 years. After earning his Bachelor of Arts at the University of Pennsylvania inPhiladelphia, Dr. Malis completed his medical degree at Drexel University MedicalSchool (formerly Hahnemann) in Philadelphia. His Internship & Residency were atthe Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, followed by cardiovascular research at theCleveland Clinic Cardiovascular Research Institute. His renal/kidney fellowships were at The Johns Hopkins Medical School and Hospital in Baltimore, and at TheMassachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School in Boston. He has published numerous research papers in peer-reviewed scientific journals (New England Journal of Medicine, Circulation, American Journal of Physiology,Proceeding of the National Academy of Science, etc.). Dr. Malis is board-certified in internal medicine and nephrology by the American Board of Internal Medicine in Philadelphia. For Patients In 1989, Dr. Malis entered private practice, moving to Concord, MA. He has been the Medical Director of Concord Health Center in Concord, Massachusetts for over 25 Dr. Malis became a Medical Director of Lawrence Medical Center in 2020 to date, directed the practice and improved quality of health care in his role.

Dr. Malis and each patient form an equal partnership, reviewining the patient’s history of medical problems, results of laboratory and radiologic tests,establishing a diagnosis, and together developing a treatment plan, consistent with the patient’s wishes. This approach empowers his patients to take a more active role in their own health.