The Golden Center
Integrative Medicine located in Fresno, CA
The Golden Center in Fresno, California, is a place of wellness that focuses on the whole patient, not the disease. Over the past 30 years, Patrick Golden, MD, and his team of medical professionals have been helping patients improve their health and well-being and find answers to their health concerns.
Dr. Golden is a board-certified internist, cardiologist, bariatrician, metal toxicologist, and chelation therapist. He earned his medical degree from the University of Colorado School of Medicine in Denver, and then went on to the University of California San Francisco in Fresno, California, to complete his internship, internal medicine residency, and fellowship in cardiology.
In addition to helping his patients at The Golden Center, Dr. Golden serves as the ringside physician for boxing and mixed martial arts for the state of California and as medical director at Turning Point drug rehabilitation center. Dr. Golden is also a skilled researcher and recently served as a site investigator for Trial to Assess Chelation Therapy 2, which studied the effects of chelation therapy to prevent cardiac events in people with diabetes who previously suffered a heart attack.
Well-versed in the benefits of natural therapies, Dr. Golden also offers his own line of vitamins and supplements to ensure patients get all the nutrition they need to support good health.
For a natural approach to medical care that focuses on treating the whole person, not the disease, call The Golden Center today, or schedule a consultation using the online booking tool.
"I have been going to Dr Golden for many years and he is awesome. When It was discovered I had lung cancer he referred me to the best lung surgeon."
"Dr. Golden is awesome. My 87 year-old mom’s health has improved immeasurably under his care."
"Dr. Golden has gone out of his way on many occasions when I have had health problems in the past to refer me to specialists when necessary and has followed up with me."
"He gave me the referrals I needed. He was also very willing to look outside of the box and not just prescribe medication to cover up the symptoms."