Primary Care for Children and Adults

John (Xuan) Zhang, M.D.

Dr. Zhang is a primary attending physician of the world-renowned Partners Health Care Systems, taking care of patients of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. He is also a faculty member of Harvard Medical School. He is also a board-certified family medicine physician and alternative medicine doctor, with expertise in

  • Adult/internal medicine
  • Pediatrics
  • Allergy
  • Acupuncture
  • Chinese herbs
  • Low back pain
  • Stress reduction
  • Weight control

We are conveniently located at Newton Center, MA. Dr. Zhang is always on duty during business hours. You'll find that we believe patient care comes first, and we take time to listen to you as a patient and as a person.


50 Union Street,
Newton Center, Newton, MA 02459.

16 Clarke St.
Lexington, MA 02421

200 Lincoln Street #402
Boston, MA 02111

Dr. Zhang's clinic is located at Newton Center, right next to the T station of Green Line D Subway.


617-527-5528, 617-423-8818, 781-862-6090


Map of Newton Center
(The red spot indicates the office location)



Monday to Friday

9:00 AM to 6:00 PM


9:00 AM to 1:00 PM




We accept most of the insurance including commercial/indemnities, HMOs/PPOs, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, MassHealth, and Medicare plans.

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Some frequently-asked questions

- answered by Dr. Zhang

How to detect the signs of a heart attack ?

Heart attack or myocardial infarction may present with chest pain, jaw pain, arm pain, weakness, epigastric discomfort, shortness of breath, or no symptom at all (silent heart attack). Always ask your doctor whenever in doubt.

How to take care of a non-stop crying baby ?

First, hold the baby passionately and feed the baby as needed. If the baby is not consolable, call your baby's doctor.

What to do if I experience a chest pain ?

(1) Stop all activities and call your doctor immediately.
(2) Go to your nearby emergency room by the fastest transportation, e.g., ambulance.

Ask Dr. Zhang a question via Email (limited to MA patients only).

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