For over three decades, Dr. Anthony Pollard has been a pillar in the field of Family Medicine since earning his degree from the Oklahoma State College of Osteopathic Medicine in Tulsa. Board-certified and with a commendable stint as a Flight Surgeon in the U.S. Navy, he put down roots in Las Vegas, NV, with his beloved wife, Diane, in 1988.

A year later, he founded Rainbow Medical Centers, evolving it into a renowned medical group with six locations and 15 providers, serving an impressive 140,000 patients annually. Notably, Rainbow Medical Centers stands as the sole independent physician-owned practice to receive the esteemed Joint Commission Accreditation (JCAHO) — a testament to its unparalleled standards in primary and urgent care. After nearly two decades at its helm, Dr. Pollard transitioned in 2008, delving into the realms of concierge and anti-aging medicine. He earned the title of Fellow from the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, underlining his expertise.

Embracing Medicine 3.0, Dr. Pollard’s approach harnesses the body’s innate healing processes, augmented with cutting-edge technology. His aim is twofold: enhancing longevity and ensuring “healthgevity,” minimizing the years of decline that mark many individuals’ latter stages.

Among his many accolades, two stand out: the Trumpet Award for his philanthropic endeavors and the Clark County Physician of the Year, an honor bestowed by his esteemed peers in Las Vegas.

Beyond his professional pursuits, Dr. Pollard’s heart beats for his two daughters, the charter school he and Diane initiated for underserved children, his penchant for fly-fishing, and his dedication as a long-distance runner.