Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) May 7, 2007
Everybody loves a Cinderella story and we have found one in Los Angeles. When celebrity doctor Cheryl BryantBruce, M.D. quietly rolled into Beverly Hills less than six months ago, nobody knew who she was, even though she had already been recognized in Private Clubs magazine as one of the top "over-the-top" luxury service providers in the world. Since arriving on the scene however, Dr. BryantBruce, president and medical director of Elite Personal Physician Services, Inc. has swept Tinsel Town and is on her way to becoming a health and wellness phenomena. When you look around Beverly Hills, that shooting star you see could just be the Elite doctor. As if Beverly Hills and Hollywood weren't big enough to contain her enthusiasm for her work, this week she has taken a quantum leap to international recognition by showing up on Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential Edition's Alternate List, coming out even higher than the ever popular Beyonce, JLo, Scarlett Johansson, Tiger Woods, Barack Obama, and even Hillary Clinton (o.k., in all fairness, Obama and Clinton did make the other list as well).
Newcomer to the scene however, this petite dynamo is quick-stepping her way towards A-list status. An entertainment veteran, she splits her time between two demanding careers, healthcare and entertainment. Dr. BryantBruce is also a triple-threat entertainer. She is as comfortable in front of a camera or on a stage as she is saving a life in an emergency room or at the bedside of an ill child. Like Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, both on the Time Magazine "list", Dr. BryantBruce loves children and shares their sense of adventurism. Like the power couple, she knows the joy of adoption and has a treasure trove of charitable works, but she began doing it long before it was the popular thing to do. This lady's story of struggle and triumph at one point gripped the nation, causing the likes of Montel Williams to want to share her saga. She took her lemons, made lemonade and then gave it away as her charitable contribution, in the form of The Gregory Center for Exceptional Children and Families, Inc., a non-profit which she founded in 1997 to care for and advocate the needs of children with disabilities and their families.
Dr. Cheryl BryantBruce, M.D. is in Time Magazine for good reason. She is a savvy business woman and an extraordinary health management provider. Passionate and compassionate in her business endeavors with Elite Personal Physician Services, Inc., the celebrity doctor has rounded out her organization with a stellar team. It includes: celebrity spray tan artist Jimmy Jimmy Coco, Massage by Ava provides the MIDAS touch, complimented by the supercharged Hobo Men and Women International, Inc, who are enjoying such wild success of their Genuine Hobo Minies massage and skincare line that Whole Foods can't keep it on the shelves, AirMed International, Inc., the flagship elite aeromedical transportation company, and Dr. Lane Scott of Hyperbaricare, who provides hyperbaric oxygen therapy to optimize treatments that are provided by the others in this illustrious group. Cheryl is redefining her esthetics department with the new name Elitesthetics, adding top of the line products like the Vi-Peel facial rejuvenation system, as well as Savoir Faire, her signature private line, coming out very soon. She is firmly establishing herself as the go-to girl in the area of anti-aging medicine and wellness management. Dr. BryantBruce writes for JustLuxe.com and has a regular column in CelebStaff Magazine.
Although she is a formidable force as a business woman, this exuberant Ms., with an always ready "smile that would charm the cat off of the catfish wagon," does know how to have fun. She doesn't consider herself a "party girl," but the celebrity doctor from Elite Personal Physician Services, Inc. does know how to let her hair down. She has even been seen in the red-carpet Hollywood mix with Macy Gray, Bobby Brown, and the Black-Eyed Peas. She's always giggling with Jimmy Jimmy Coco, and a recent trip to Las Vegas caught her hanging out with V-Town Hustlers' lead rap artist and vocalist "Curt B," who just happens to be her brother. Talk about a good gene pool!
Time Magazine got it right when they recognized this modern-day Cinderella. Now we have to ask, "Where is Prince Charming?" Maybe we'll see them both on next year's top 100. Until then, is there a doctor in the house?