In the News

A collection of articles about the Monterey Program for Executive Health.

The Monterey Program for Executive Health, Coastal Grower

Summer 2016

Dr. Geiler not only devised a program that offers world-class facilities and state-of-the-art technology situated in the beautiful setting of the Monterey Peninsula, but included concierge services that includes everything from transportation, to arranging for unique activities clients can take advantage of during their stay.

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Hospitality and Health, Heath Matters

June 2016

Here’s how it works. Designed with time and comfort in mind, the Executive Program provides an innovative comprehensive medical evaluation for clients who want exceptional preventive health care, completed during an efficient, personalized and relaxing one-day visit.

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Dr. Craig Geiler Interview on "Your Town"

October 2013

Executive Check-ups, Smart Meetings

August 2013

This program, located at the Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula, began last year and had its official launch last month. It pairs medical assistance from physicians trained at Stanford, the University of California at San Francisco and Yale with a California coast setting and facilities that Geiler says rival those of a five-star hotel.

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Service delivers intense 1-day medical evaluation,
The Californian's Off 68

June 7, 2013

The Monterey Program for Executive Health, housed at Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula, approaches preventative medical care by spending a full day with the patient to complete comprehensive screening, imaging and other advanced diagnostics.

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A Healthy Way to Spend the Day, Carmel Magazine

Spring/Summer 2013

The program has so far been well received. ‘I simply could not be more delighted that now on the Monterey Peninsula there is an opportunity for a complete health and wellness program,’ says one recent testee. ‘Dr. Geiler administers the most comprehensive program I have ever experienced.’

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