Cheryl BryantBruce, a Los Angeles doctor, flies all over the world to treat her affluent clients and check their wardrobes and homes for health hazards.

Doctors from “MD2” rush to a patient’s private jet to give last-minute vaccinations before an exotic vacation.

They are called “concierge doctors,” and they carry a small roster of patients and cater to the wealthy or famous.

This elite medical care is in the spotlight since Michael Jackson‘s cardiologist has made global headlines.

Concierge medicine has been a trend among the well-to-do, but is also making inroads with the less-affluent.

Jackson’s doctor, Conrad Murray, takes the concierge concept to the higher realm of “doctor to the stars.”

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