Timothy Murphy, M.D.
Dr. Murphy graduated from Boston University Medical School in 1995. He completed his residency in Internal Medicine/Primary Care tract at Boston Medical Center (the old Boston City Hospital). He dreamed, however, of having his own medical practice but the time for this had not yet come.
After finishing residency, he passed the American Board of Internal Medicine examination to become Board Certified in Internal Medicine (he also passed his recertification examination in 2008.)
In 1998 he joined a group practice in Waltham associated Deaconess-Waltham Hospital. He quickly grew a thriving practice and was named the medical director of the New England Sinai rehabilitation satellite hospital at Waltham Hospital. At this satellite facility, he oversaw the unit and cared for very complex rehabilitation patients with severe respiratory, infectious and cardiovascular problems. The unit thrived under his leadership. The Deaconess-Waltham Hospital and thus the New England Sinai closed in 2003.
Dr. Murphy's group practice moved to St. Elizabeth's Medical Center in 2003. In addition to caring for his own patients, Dr. Murphy also instructed internal medicine residents. However, over time he found the commute too difficult into downtown Brighton. Thus in 2005, he joined the Dedham Medical Associates. This this was much closer to home and he admitted his patients to Faulkner and Brigham and Women's Hospitals. But it was still not his own practice.
In early 2007, almost by accident, Dr. Murphy heard of a single physician suite which had become available for immediate occupancy in Weston Center. Once he saw Weston Center and the suite at 56 Colpitts Rd., he knew he had finally found the site for his own practice.
Weston Primary Care opened in October 2007.
Dr. Murphy has since grown Weston Primary Care to adopt the Concierge Boutique Medicine practice. This allows maintaining a small and personalized primary care practice. WPC has patients who travel from New Hampshire, Rhode Island and throughout Massachusetts to receive care with Dr. Murphy.
Dr. Saul Cohen and Dr. Timothy Murphy
Saul Cohen, M.D.
Dr. Saul Cohen earned his M.D. from Wayne State University School of Medicine in 1974. He completed his internship, residency and fellowship training in Internal Medicine and Cardiology at Boston Medical Center in 1978. He has been a Board Certified Diplomate, of the American Board of Internal Medicine since 1977.
Dr. Cohen opened his private practice in Internal Medicine, Cardiology, and Preventive Medicine at 60 State Street in Boston in 1980, being one of the first medical practices to be situated in the heart of Boston’s Downtown Financial District. His goal was to make it easy to reach the population of patients who were at the highest risk of cardiovascular disease due to stress and lifestyle. By adhering to the best evidence from major academic studies, such as the monumental Framingham Heart Study, he guided, and tirelessly motivated, his patients toward risk factor modifications in cardiovascular disease, making a major impact on the health and wellness of his patients. His dedication and commitment to compassionate care for thousands of patients, earned him the Patient’s Choice Award several years in a row, in addition to being cited by the Schwartz Center with a Compassionate Care Award recognition. Dr. Cohen is also cited in Castle Connolly Top Doctors: Boston.
Dr. Cohen has a thriving and loyal medical practice that has followed him to Weston Primary Care, where he and Dr. Tim Murphy are fully aligned in their commitment to providing the highest standards of excellence in personalized medical care.