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They recently bought five acres in the southwest valley near IKEA with plans for their clinic and a surgery center that will not only serve valley residents but a growing medical tourism practice.The couple moved to Las Vegas in 2010 and are making their mark on the medical community.Jeannie and Yevgeniy Khavkin want to be at the forefront.In the style of TV's Doogie Howser, he embarked on his medical career as a teenager, only this case in Moscow."We have been called that and I'm not sure what it's supposed to feel like," she said.Jeannie's story A part of a doctor power couple in America wasn't something she envisioned growing up in Belarus, now a republic but once part of the Soviet Union.Opposites in personality but similar in backgrounds with mothers who were pediatric doctors and who's families left Russia in the 1990s because of the discrimination they felt because of their Jewish roots.It's not just in my field, but all fields in medicine."They're a burgeoning Las Vegas medical power couple — Russian style. She's the shy and quiet plastic surgeon, and he's the outgoing, constantly on the move and talkative neurosurgeon.The couple, who opened the Khavkin Clinic in 2013, are planning for its expansion with the construction of a multi-specialty facility that primarily serves Southern Nevada. They have acquired land in the southwest valley for a 60,000-square-foot clinic and surgery center.

Jeannie, in her subdued and reflective style, doesn't know what to make of all of the talk about how they've become a power couple.