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The East Bay’s Best Doctors

Is Yours on the List?

     Your grandmother has just been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, and you want to ensure she’s seen by a top-notch neurologist. Or maybe you’ve been trying unsuccessfully to get pregnant and want to consult with a fertility specialist. Rather than turning to friends and family members for names of trusted physicians, what if you could ask your doctors to whom they would go for medical assistance?
Thanks to the organization Best Doctors Inc. (bestdoctors.com), the public can now obtain specific recommendations from top physicians. The organization, founded in 1989 by Harvard Medical School–affiliated physicians, says its goal is to give consumers information about specific diagnoses, the latest medical advances and where to receive cutting-edge care. Every two years, Best Doctors polls physicians asking, “If you or a loved one needed a doctor in your specialty, to whom would you refer them?” Only physicians identified by their peers in previous years as “best doctors” receive the survey.
     Out of the 220 physicians named Best Doctors in the East Bay, we chose five outstanding physicians to profile. Each one is a recognized leader in his field. Spanning a wide variety of specialties from neurology to gastroenterology to reproductive medicine, this list of local physicians serves as a guide for patients seeking some of the best medical specialists the area has to offer.

Dr. Eric Lipsitt

Internal Medicine
Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center

     A native of Vermont, Lipsitt was an English major at Yale University before he decided to follow in his father’s footsteps and pursue a career in medicine. After attending medical school at Case Western Reserve University, he served his residency at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center Oakland where he still continues to practice internal medicine. The father of a grown son, Lipsitt, 53, lives with his wife
in Oakland.

You began working at Kaiser Permanente’s Oakland Medical Center as a resident more than 20 years ago and still practice internal medicine there. What has kept you inspired through the years?
     It’s rewarding to care for several generations of the same family. I have grandparents and parents who have been my patients for years, and I’m now beginning to care for their young adult children. I even have one patient that I started seeing when I was a resident. I think I’ve built a lot of good relationships with my patients over the years. I also like how Kaiser works as an integrated delivery system with our doctors, our hospitals and our health plan. As doctors we are independent in our medical decision-making. I don’t have to receive pre-authorization from an insurance company for any medical services that I provide to my patients, and I can refer them to a specialist, most of whom I know, without worrying if their visit will be covered by the health plan.

How has the field of internal medicine changed  over the past two decades?
     When I graduated from medical school, AIDS was just starting to become a worldwide epidemic, and it was a death sentence for many patients. Today, we have many excellent medications available and can treat AIDS as a controllable chronic illness, much like diabetes. Laparoscopic, or minimally invasive, surgery has also changed the way we treat many medical conditions. Years ago, someone with
a hernia was likely to be hospitalized for a week after surgery. Today, unless there is a cause for concern, hernia repair can be done on an outpatient basis.

What are some of the advances in medical technology that have helped you in your practice?
     Early on in my career, we used to have to wait weeks for the results of CT scans and x-rays. Now the entire process is computerized, and I can typically get a patient’s test results the same day. Kaiser Permanente members now have the ability to e-mail their doctors and obtain their test results online. When one of my patients goes in for blood work in the morning, we will both receive the results of their lab work via e-mail later that day.

How have your patient demographics changed over the years?

     I believe that we have gotten a lot better at diagnosing and controlling high blood pressure and cholesterol. A recent study conducted by our Department of Care and Service Quality found that Kaiser Permanente members in Northern California are 30 percent less likely to die from heart disease than nonmembers. As more of our population becomes overweight, we are seeing more obesity-related diseases, including diabetes. I work with my patients to eat better, exercise regularly and manage their stress.

Dr. Robyn Young

Neurology,
Private Practice, Alameda

     Young was born in Danville, Ill., and moved to California in 1969 to pursue her undergraduate degree in chemistry at Stanford University. After graduation she went on to Yale Medical School with plans to go into research. After completing an internship and then a residency in internal medicine at California Pacific Medical Center and a neurology residency at the University of California, San Francisco, Young decided she would rather work with patients than behind the scenes doing research. Those who visit her thriving practice on Marina Village Parkway in Alameda are glad Young made the decision to pursue a career in clinical work. An active member of the Rotary Club of Alameda, Young, 58, resides in Alameda.

What has been your biggest challenge as a neurologist?

     Over the last 25 years, I have watched the insurance industry take over healthcare, subverting and manipulating medicine in order to deliver greater profits and higher executive compensation, while sacrificing the health of those who have been paying escalating premiums for years. People believed they had great coverage only to find when they needed it, their insurance company found a way to drop them or inadequately cover what they needed, despite hours of appeals. I have been a longtime advocate of healthcare reform and a proponent of single-payer healthcare in California (SB810), though I believe that nationally a public option is the most reasonable compromise between those who choose to purchase private insurance and those who choose to purchase a plan backed by the government, similar to Medicare.

Has there been a lot of progress in how neurological conditions such as Alzheimer’s and multiple sclerosis are treated?
     We have better treatments now than we did years ago, and in the near future, we may have neural protective treatments that can slow the progression of many neurological disorders and keep people in a milder stage for longer. We are now able to treat migraines with medication,
and if stroke victims receive immediate care, they are often able to make a full recovery and to reduce their risk of future strokes. We have medications now that better manage the symptoms of multiple sclerosis and slow the progression of the disease. We also have medications that can improve the function of patients with Parkinson’s disease. While these aren’t cures, they can help patients have a better quality of life than they did years ago.

Have there been any new technological advances in the neurology field in recent years?
     There have been many new technological advances, and there are more on the horizon. In epilepsy there is possible surgical resection, vagal nerve stimulation and, in the future, possible other forms of electrical or magnetic stimulation in addition to new medications. For some people with Parkinson’s, or with dystonia (a type of involuntary twisting of one or several limbs), DBS (deep brain stimulation) may be strikingly helpful. Using stem cells to replace missing neurotransmitters in Parkinson’s and other disorders is probably not far off. Microvascular and robotic surgical procedures are also increasing, allowing doctors to perform microscopic operations on parts of a patient’s brain that might have been considered risky or impossible before.
 
How has your practice changed over the years?
     I have developed an interest in neurologic complications of autoimmune diseases, so I see a larger number of people with multiple sclerosis or with neurological complications of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), rheumatoid arthritis or other related disorders.

Dr. Janie Hirata

Obstetrician and Gynecologist,
Reproductive Endocrinology
Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center

     As the mother of two children, Hirata, 53, says one of her greatest joys is helping patients realize their dreams of becoming parents. Hirata attended medical school at Wayne State University in Detroit, Mich., and completed her residency and fellowship there before joining the staff of Kaiser Oakland in 1992. In addition to her clinical work, Hirata enjoys teaching resident physicians as part of Kaiser’s Residency Research Program. She lives with her family in Piedmont.

As a reproductive endocrinologist or fertility specialist, you treat patients who are experiencing infertility. Can you give an overview of what this entails?

     Infertility affects 15 percent of reproductive-aged couples. Our reproductive endocrinology clinic at Kaiser Oakland is one of six active clinics in Northern California. The Kaiser Permanente reproductive endocrinologists all work together as a team, and we consult with each other frequently. We typically start patients with a basic infertility examination that evaluates fertility factors including ovulation, egg quality, fallopian tubes and sperm. We also check patients for endocrine problems such as a low thyroid or undiagnosed diabetes that can lead to fertility problems. If a patient is having problems with ovulation, we will recommend an oral ovulation medication or appropriate lifestyle changes. Hormone shots and insemination are also viable options for many couples. If we have exhausted all of our other options, we will refer couples to Kaiser’s in vitro fertilization clinic in Fremont and discuss other options such as adoption.

How have your patient demographics changed over the years?

     We’re seeing patients who are older and have delayed having children. Getting pregnant after the age of 35 can be problematic, and some of these women have chronic health problems such as diabetes and hypertension and various uterine disorders including fibroids and endometriosis, all of which can make it even harder to conceive. On the other hand, patients are also more health-conscious and open to exploring different health options including alternative medicine procedures that may help them to conceive. We see a very diverse group of patients including traditional and nontraditional families.

What kinds of advances have you seen in reproductive health?
     Advances in reproductive technology have given hope to women who are cancer survivors and who hope to conceive. Women battling cancer can now freeze their eggs before undergoing cancer treatments. While freezing sperm has been done for decades, egg freezing, or oocyte cryopreservation, is a relatively new option available to women who hope to achieve pregnancy after undergoing cancer treatments. IVF has also improved significantly, and we now have great success in transferring one embryo rather than two or more which also minimizes the risk of multiple births.

What do you like best about your job?

     I work with a great team of professionals, and I believe that we bring hope to many people who might not have hope otherwise. It’s not uncommon for us to see the same patient over the course of a year or even to see a patient and her partner return to us when they are trying to conceive again, so we are able to form real relationships with our patients and their families. It’s an exciting field!

Dr. Olajire Idowu

Pediatric Surgeon, Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Partner, Pediatric Associates of the East Bay

     Born and raised in Nigeria, Idowu has been practicing medicine in the United States for more than 30 years. He graduated from the Government College in Ibadan, Nigeria, and studied at the University of Ibadan School of Medicine. Idowu completed his internship at the Baptist Medical Centre in Ogbomoso, Nigeria. He joined the Children’s Hospital staff in 1991 and was named chairman of the surgery department two years later. In addition to his work performing a variety of pediatric surgeries at Children’s, Idowu founded Medical C.A.R.E. Inc. (medicalcareforchildren.org) with three of his colleagues in an attempt to teach surgical and other lifesaving procedures to medical teams in Nigeria and Belize. Idowu, 63, is married and has two grown children. He lives in Lafayette.

How has the field of pediatric surgery evolved over the last several decades?
     There have been a lot of advances in minimally invasive surgery techniques, and we are able to do more laparoscopic procedures involving the abdomen and thoracoscopic procedures involving the chest. By performing these procedures with small incisions, our patients experience a number of advantages, including faster healing and shorter hospital stays. Pediatric anesthesia has also improved over the
years and is much safer, provides better outcomes and few adverse side effects in children.

What do you hope to accomplish with your nonprofit humanitarian medical group, Medical C.A.R.E. Inc.?
     After going on a medical mission to Nigeria in 2000, I approached several of my colleagues at Children’s with the idea of bringing medical care to children in Third World countries. To date, our team of physicians, nurses and respiratory therapists has been to Nigeria and Belize and have faced strong limitations such as lack of electricity and water. We have trained their local pediatric medical professionals on how to care for a variety of conditions through workshops and bedside training and have also taught them how to use some of the medical equipment that we’ve donated. The goal of our organization is reflected in our name: “Care for Children of All Races Everywhere.”

How have your patient demographics changed over the years?

     At Children’s Hospital, we see children ages 0 to 18 with a variety of conditions ranging from appendicitis to heart deformities every day. In recent years we’ve seen an increase in the number of families who can’t afford care because they don’t have insurance. Our foundation helps pay to ensure care for families who couldn’t otherwise afford to pay.

As a pediatric surgeon, what’s your biggest challenge?
     As a doctor and a father, I love helping children, but it’s hard to realize there are times when even doctors can’t cure all of
a child’s health problems.

Dr. Subhendu “Bob” Narayan

Gastroenterology
Associate Partner, Northern California Gastroenterology Consultants, Berkeley
     A native of India, Narayan, 49, knew at a very young age that he wanted to become a doctor. After receiving his undergraduate degree in microbiology from Rutgers University, he went on to attend medical school at Cornell University. Relocating to California after graduation, Narayan completed his internal medicine internship and residency at the University of California, San Francisco Medical Center. After deciding to specialize in the field of gastroenterology, Narayan completed a gastrointestinal fellowship at the University of California, Los Angeles and went on to complete an advanced endoscopy fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio. Today, Narayan practices at Alta Bates, Alameda and Highland hospitals and lives with his wife and two children in Walnut Creek.

When did you first decide to pursue a career in medicine?
    As far back as I can remember, I’ve had an interest in science and biology. My uncle was a physician, and he used to take me on rounds with him when I was younger. I liked how the field of medicine combines technical aspects with caring for patients.

If you could offer patients one piece of health advice, what would it be?
     Focus on prevention by trying to maintain a healthy lifestyle. We all know that eating right and being active are good for us, but adopting these habits can also cut your risk of disease. Obesity raises your risk of a number of conditions including gastroesophageal reflux disease, fatty liver disease, colon cancer and gallstones.

How has the field of gastroenterology changed over the years?

     The number of colonoscopies that we do has dramatically increased. More people are choosing to get a colonoscopy these days as patients realize that lives can be saved with early screenings for pre-malignant polyps and cancers. Our guidelines recommend that beginning at age 50 all patients get a colonoscopy, unless there is a family history, making earlier screening important. Thanks to the increase in colonoscopies, we’ve seen colon cancer rates declining for the first time in years. We’ve also seen a lot of advances with Hepatitis B, a condition that is common in the Bay Area among many people of Southeast Asian origin. Fifteen years ago there was no reasonable treatment for the disease; now there are multiple options.

What is the biggest challenge you currently face in your practice?

     With the limited time that doctors have these days, I think it’s still imperative to get to know your patients and to pay attention to aspects of their lifestyle that may have an impact on their health. As doctors, I think we can learn so much from our patients.


Who’s Who in East Bay Medicine
220 Make the List

     These lists are excerpted from The Best Doctors in America 2009-2010 database, which includes over 40,000 doctors in more than 40 medical specialties.
     The Best Doctors in America database is compiled and maintained by Best Doctors, Inc. For more information, visit www.bestdoctors.com, or contact Best Doctors by telephone at 800-675-1199 or by e-mail at research@bestdoctors.com. Please note that lists of doctors are not available on the Best Doctors web site.
     Best Doctors, Inc., has used its best efforts in assembling material for this list, but does not warrant that the information contained herein is complete or accurate, and does not assume, and hereby disclaims, any liability to any person for any loss or damage caused by errors or omissions herein, whether such errors or omissions result from negligence, accident, or any other cause.
     Copyright 2009, Best Doctors, Inc. Used under license, all rights reserved.  This list, or any parts thereof, must not be reproduced in any form without written permission from Best Doctors, Inc.  No commercial use of the information in this list may be made without the permission of Best Doctors, Inc.  No fees may be charged, directly or indirectly, for the use of the information in this list without permission.
    “Best Doctors”, “The Best Doctors in America” and the Best Doctors star-in-cross logo are registered trademarks of Best Doctors, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries, and are used under license.

>Addiction Medicine

Diana Sylvestre
Oasis
520 27th St.
Oakland, CA  94612
(510) 834-5442

>Allergy and Immunology

Barbara Karpel
Allergy and Asthma Medical Group of Diablo Valley
Bishop Ranch II, Building C,
Ste. 225
2305 Camino Ramon
San Ramon, CA  94583
(925) 327-1460

Michael A. Le Noir
Comprehensive Allergy Services
2940 Summit St., Ste. 1
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 834-4897

>Anesthesiology

Crystal Terry
Alameda Hospital
Department of Anesthesiology

2070 Clinton Ave.
Alameda, CA  94501
(510) 814-4064

>Cardiovascular Disease

David Jarvis Anderson
Cardiovascular Consultants
Medical Group

365 Hawthorne Ave., Ste. 201
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 452-1345

Ralph Brindis
Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center
Division of Cardiovascular Diseases

280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94610
(510) 752-6474
 
John Hon-Keung Chiu
Cardiovascular Consultants
Medical Group

365 Hawthorne Ave., Ste. 201
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 452-1345

John Edelen
Berkeley Cardiovascular
Medical Group

2450 Ashby Ave., Ste. 2785
Berkeley, CA  94705
(510) 204-1691

Robert C. Feldman
Cardiovascular Consultants
Medical Group

365 Hawthorne Ave., Ste. 201
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 452-1345

Eric L. Johnson
Cardiovascular Consultants
Medical Group

365 Hawthorne Ave., Ste. 201
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 452-1345

Steven Kang

Cardiovascular Consultants
Medical Group

365 Hawthorne Ave., Ste. 201
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 452-1345

Paul L. Ludmer

Cardiovascular Consultants
Medical Group

365 Hawthorne Ave., Ste. 201
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 452-1345

J. R. Saphir
2435 Webster St., Ste. C
Berkeley, CA  94705
(510) 801-6707

Richard Terry
Cardiovascular Consultants
Medical Group

365 Hawthorne Ave., Ste. 201
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 452-1345

>Colon and Rectal Surgery

David Bitar
2900 Telegraph Ave.
Berkeley, CA  94705
(510) 845-4638

>Critical Care Medicine

David Bonovich
Eden Medical Center
Neurointerventional Lab

20103 Lake Chabot Road
Castro Valley, CA  94546
(510) 727-2790

Magdy Girgis
ObGyn Partners for Health
365 Hawthorne Ave., Ste. 301
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 893-1700
Accepting new Gynecology patients.

Glen W. Petersen
Berkeley Pulmonary Medical Group
2450 Ashby Ave., Ste. 2736
Berkeley, CA  94705
(510) 204-1894

Ananse Taharka
Kaiser Permanente Oakland
Medical Center

Division of Pulmonary Medicine
280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-1282

>Dermatology

Ervin H. Epstein Jr.
400 30th St., Ste. 205
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 444-8282

Camilla McCalmont

Solano Dermatology Associates
6431 Fairmount Ave., Ste. 3
El Cerrito, CA  94530
(510) 527-8865

Katie Rodan
3300 Webster St., Ste. 1106
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 763-2662

>Endocrinology and Metabolism

Randall A. Ammon
1 Country Club Plaza
Orinda, CA  94563
(925) 254-3805

Pamela Kershner
Kaiser Permanente Walnut Creek Medical Center
Diablo Service Area Endocrine Center of Excellence

Medical Office Building, 4th Fl., Station H
1425 S. Main St.
Walnut Creek, CA  94596
(925) 295-4612

>Family Medicine

Cynthia Gail Carmichael
North Richmond Center for Health
1501 Third St.
Richmond, CA  94801
(800) 495-8885

Gordon Lake
2921 McClure St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 763-4083

J. Nicole Lederman

Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center
Department of Internal Medicine

Fabiola Building, Room 4B
3801 Howe St.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-1190

John J. Smucny
Castro Valley Primary Care
20130 Lake Chabot Road, Ste. 201
Castro Valley, CA  94546
(510) 728-8000

Stephen J. Whitgob
Sutter East Bay Medical Foundation

2850 Telegraph Ave., Ste. 130
Berkeley, CA  94705
(510) 883-9883

>Gastroenterology

Cynthia Morton
Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center
Division of Gastroenterology

280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-1282

Subhendu “Bob” Narayan
Northern California Gastroenterology Consultants

2999 Regent St., Ste. 425
Berkeley, CA  94705
(510) 548-6555

Neil H. Stollman
Northern California Gastroenterology Consultants
3300 Webster St., Ste. 312
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 444-3297

Jed Ira Weissberg
Kaiser Permanente

Ordway Building, 27th Fl. Bayside
1 Kaiser Plaza
Oakland, CA  94612
(510) 271-6847
Accepting new patients on a limited basis.

>Geriatric Medicine

Susan Wakerlin
Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center
Division of Geriatric Medicine

280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-1190

>Hand Surgery

Kendrick E. Lee
Webster Orthopaedic Medical Group
80 Grand Ave., Ste. 400
Oakland, CA  94612
(510) 238-1200

>Infectious Disease

Roger Baxter
Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center
Division of Infectious Diseases

280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-1275

W. Patrick Joseph

California Infection Control Consultants
5601 Norris Canyon Road, Ste. 220
San Ramon, CA  94583
(925) 277-2050

Joseph B. Marzouk
Infectious Disease and HIV Specialist
350 30th St., Ste. 511
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 874-1415

Roger T. Phelps
Infectious Disease and HIV Specialist
350 30th St., Ste. 511
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 874-1415
Accepting new HIV patients.

>Internal Medicine

Arthur Bakal
Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center
Department of Internal Medicine

Main Hospital Building
280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-1190

Martin Braker
John Muir Medical Group
Department of Internal Medicine

1455 Montego Way, Ste. 207
Walnut Creek, CA  94598
(925) 937-4057
Accepting new patients on a case-by-case basis.

Brian Candell
1 Country Club Plaza
Orinda, CA  94563
(925) 254-3805

Michael Clement

Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center
Division of Infectious Diseases

280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-1190

W. Irving Johnson
418 30th St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 208-5100

John T. Jones
Associated Internal Medicine Medical Group
350 30th St., Ste. 320
Oakland, CA  94609
Accepting family members of established patients.
(510) 465-6700

Carolyn B. Klebanoff
3000 Colby St., Ste. 200
Berkeley, CA  94705
(510) 848-7977

Eric Lipsitt
Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center
Department of Internal Medicine

280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-1190

James L. Naughton
Alliance Medical Group
2160 Appian Way, Ste. 200
Pinole, CA  94564
(510) 724-9110

Dean Nickles
Associated Internal Medicine Medical Group
350 30th St., Ste. 320
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 465-6700

Maeve O’Regan

Walnut Creek Medical Group
1777 Oakland Blvd., Ste. 103
Walnut Creek, CA  94596
(925) 947-0417

Mary Patton
Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center
Department of Internal Medicine

280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-1190

Mark S. Reginato
1 Country Club Plaza
Orinda, CA  94563
(925) 254-3805

Andrew Ross
Internal Medicine Associates of Berkeley
2500 Milvia St., Ste. 214
Berkeley, CA  94704
(510) 843-8002

Kate Scannell
Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center
Department of Internal Medicine
280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-1125

Victor Silvestre
Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center
Department of Internal Medicine

Fabiola Building, Room 4B
3801 Howe St.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-1190

Leslie Tim
Associated Internal Medicine Medical Group
350 30th St., Ste. 320
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 465-6700

Wilson Tse
Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center
Department of Internal Medicine

280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-1190

Ted Tsukayama
Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center
Department of Internal Medicine

280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-1190

Richard Robert Unger
Kaiser Permanente Walnut Creek Medical Center
Department of Adult Medicine

Medical Office Building, 2nd Fl.
1425 S. Main St.
Walnut Creek, CA  94596
(925) 295-4070

Susan Wakerlin
Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center
Division of Geriatric Medicine

280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-1190

Joseph Young
Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center
Department of Internal Medicine

280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-1190

>Medical Oncology and Hematology

Peter W. Gordon
Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center
Division of Medical Oncology and Hematology

3701 Broadway
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-1295

Alice Reier
3100 Telegraph Ave., Ste. 3101
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 834-3700

>Nephrology

Malcolm L. Karlinsky
East Bay Nephrology
2905 Telegraph Ave.
Berkeley, CA  94705
(510) 841-4525

Peter H. Rowe
East Bay Hospitalists
Division of Nephrology

801 Ygnacio Valley Road, Ste. 250
Walnut Creek, CA  94596
(925) 946-1080

>Neurological Surgery

Gordon Tang
East Bay Neurosurgery and Spine
2510 Webster St., Ste. 300
Berkeley, CA  94705
(510) 841-8700

John G. Zovickian
Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center
Department of Pediatric Neurosurgery

280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-1749

>Neurology

D. Eric Collins
Associated Neurology Medical Group
365 Hawthorne Ave., Ste. 203
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 834-5778

Mark T. D’Esposito
University of California at Berkeley
Neuroscience Institute

Barker Hall, Room 132
Hearst Avenue
Berkeley, CA  94720
(510) 642-2593

Randall R. Starkey
Associated Neurology Medical Group
365 Hawthorne Ave., Ste. 203
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 834-5778

Robyn G. Young
947 Marina Village Parkway
Alameda, CA  94501
(510) 748-5363

>Obstetrics and Gynecology

Edward M. Blumenstock
ObGyn Partners for Health
365 Hawthorne Ave., Ste. 301
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 893-1700

Ryszard “Richard” J. Chetkowski
Alta Bates In Vitro Fertilization Program
2999 Regent St., Ste. 101A
Berkeley, CA  94705
(510) 649-0440

Ann Eastman
Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-1080

Aimee D. Eyvazzadeh
Laurel Fertility Care
5401 Norris Canyon Road, Ste. 106
San Ramon, CA  94583
(415) 673-9199

Emil Eyvazzadeh
5401 Norris Canyon Road, Ste. 104
San Ramon, CA  94583
(925) 277-1441

John B. Girard
Sutter East Bay Medical Foundation
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

12 Camino Encinas
Orinda, CA  94563
(510) 204-8180

Goldee H. Gross
ObGyn Partners for Health
365 Hawthorne Ave., Ste. 301
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 893-1700
Accepting new obstetric patients.

Thomas Lee Hambrick

ObGyn Partners for Health
365 Hawthorne Ave., Ste. 301
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 893-1700

Janie D. Hirata
Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center
Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility

3779 Piedmont Ave., 3rd Fl.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-1100

Risa Kagan
Sutter East Bay Medical Foundation
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

2915 Telegraph Ave., Ste. 200
Berkeley, CA  94705
(510) 204-8190
Accepting new patients on a case-by-case basis.

Judith A. Lamberti
Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

3779 Piedmont Ave.,
2nd and 3rd Fl.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-1080

Katarina Lanner-Cusin
East Bay Physician Medical Group
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

2915 Telegraph Ave., Ste. 200
Berkeley, CA  94705
(510) 845-8047

Christine Kim Lee

ObGyn Partners for Health
365 Hawthorne Ave., Ste. 301
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 893-1700

Stuart Lovett
East Bay Perinatal Medical Associates
350 30th St., Ste. 208
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 444-0790
Accepting new high-risk obstetric patients.

Jim Hisao Nishimine
2507 Ashby Ave.
Berkeley, CA  94705
(510) 644-3000

David L. Walton
Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

3779 Piedmont Ave., 3rd Fl.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-1100

Louis N. Weckstein
Reproductive Science Center of the Bay Area
3160 Crow Canyon Road, Ste. 150
San Ramon, CA  94583
(925) 867-1800

Jonathan Weiss
East Bay Perinatal Medical Associates
350 30th St., Ste. 208
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 444-0790
Accepting new high-risk obstetric patients.

Kurt R. Wharton
970 Dewing Avenue, Ste. 201
Lafayette, CA  94549
(925) 962-0002

Eve F. Yalom
East Bay Perinatal Medical Associates
350 30th St., Ste. 208
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 444-0790
Delivers newborns as an attending physician at Alta Bates Summit Medical Center; does not provide primary obstetrical or gynecological care.

>Ophthalmology

Daniel A. Brinton
East Bay Retina Consultants
3300 Telegraph Ave.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 444-1600

Stewart Daniels
Bay Area Retina Associates
122 La Casa Via, Ste. 223
Walnut Creek, CA  94598
(925) 943-6800

David R. DeMartini
Northern California
Cornea Associates

122 La Casa Via, Ste. 222
Walnut Creek, CA  94598
(925) 947-0888

Scott S. Lee
East Bay Retina Consultants
3300 Telegraph Ave.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 444-1600

Craig Leong
Bay Area Retina Associates
122 La Casa Via, Ste. 223
Walnut Creek, CA  94598
(925) 943-6800

Eugene S. Lit
East Bay Retina Consultants
3300 Telegraph Ave.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 444-1600

Subhransu K. Ray
Bay Area Retina Associates
122 La Casa Via, Ste. 223
Walnut Creek, CA  94598
(925) 943-6800

David W. Vastine
Northern California
Cornea Associates

491 30th St., Ste. 101
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 444-0603

Allen Z. Verne

Bay Area Retina Associates
491 30th St., Ste. 102
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 832-6554

Michael Lee Wang
Eye Physicians of the East Bay
949 Moraga Road, Ste. 1
Lafayette, CA  94549
(925) 283-8400

>Orthopaedic Surgery

Robert A. Eppley
California Sports and Orthopaedic Institute
2999 Regent St., Ste. 225
Berkeley, CA  94705
(510) 704-7760

Jerrald R. Goldman
Webster Orthopaedic Medical Group
80 Grand Ave., Ste. 400
Oakland, CA  94612
(510) 238-1200

O. Barry McKinley
Berkeley Orthopaedic Medical Group
3010 Colby St., Ste. 118
Berkeley, CA  94705
(510) 845-3856

Peter Slabaugh
Webster Orthopaedic Medical Group
80 Grand Ave., Ste. 400
Oakland, CA  94612
(510) 238-1200

Charles Randall Strotz
Berkeley Orthopaedic Medical Group
3010 Colby St., Ste. 118
Berkeley, CA  94705
(510) 845-3856

Kenneth Trauner
Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-5423

>Otolaryngology

Bernard James Drury
Summit ENT Medical Associates
2961 Summit St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 465-0941

Karen J. Fong
California Sinus Centers
Building K, Ste. 100
2123 Ygnacio Valley Road
Walnut Creek, CA  94598
(925) 300-4680

William B. Lewis
Summit ENT Medical Associates
2961 Summit St., Ste. 1
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 465-0941

T. Tsuan Li

Summit ENT Medical Associates
2961 Summit St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 465-0941

Barry M. Rasgon

Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center
Head and Neck Surgery Clinic

3779 Piedmont Ave., Ground Fl.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-1115

>Pain Medicine

Allen D. Bott
3100 Telegraph Ave., Ste. 4015
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 834-1813

>Pathology

Jerome S. Burke
Alta Bates Summit Medical Center
Department of Pathology

2450 Ashby Ave.
Berkeley, CA  94705
(510) 204-1642

Gregory Rumore
Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center
Division of Pathology

280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-6813

>Pediatric Anesthesiology

Amit Gupta
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Children’s Anesthesia

Medical Group
747 52nd St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3070

Maurine Heard
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Children’s Anesthesia Medical Group

747 52nd St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3070

Richard W. Rowe
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Children’s Anesthesia Medical Group

747 52nd St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3070

>Pediatric Cardiology

Kishor Avasarala
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Pediatric Cardiology Medical Group - East Bay

747 52nd St., Ste. 220
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3380

Casey Culbertson
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Pediatric Cardiology Medical Group - East Bay

747 52nd St., Ste. 220
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3380

James Gregg Helton

Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Pediatric Cardiology Medical Group - East Bay

747 52nd St., Ste. 220
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3380

Gregory H. Kurio
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Pediatric Cardiology Medical Group - East Bay

747 52nd St., Ste. 220
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3380

Kathleen Newkumet
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Pediatric Cardiology
Medical Group - East Bay

747 52nd St., Ste. 220
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3380

Hitendra T. Patel
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Pediatric Cardiology
Medical Group - East Bay

747 52nd St., Ste. 220
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3380

Howard Rosenfeld
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Pediatric Cardiology
Medical Group - East Bay

747 52nd St., Ste. 220
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3380

Ziad Saba
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Pediatric Cardiology
Medical Group - East Bay

747 52nd St., Ste. 220
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3380

>Pediatric Critical Care

Natalie Cvijanovich
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Division of Critical Care

747 52nd St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3710

Heidi Rosanna Flori

Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Division of Critical Care

747 52nd St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3710

Jorge A. Gutierrez Jr.

Kaiser Permanente Oakland
Medical Center
Pediatric Critical Care Unit

280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-1080

James H. Hanson

Kaiser Permanente Oakland
Medical Center
Department of Pediatric
Critical Care

280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94612
(510) 752-8019
Primarily sees patients admitted into the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit.

Vivienne Newman
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Division of Critical Care

747 52nd St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3710

Rama Devi Pullela
Kaiser Permanente Oakland
Medical Center

Pediatric Critical Care Unit
280 W. MacArthur Blvd., 10th Fl.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-7428
Primarily sees patients admitted into the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit.

Arup Roy-Burman
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Division of Critical Care

747 52nd St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3710

>Pediatric Developmental and Behavioral Problems

Brad D. Berman
Progressions Developmental
and Behavioral Pediatrics

3021 Citrus Circle, Ste. 240
Walnut Creek, CA  94598
(925) 279-3480

Veronica L. Daly
Children’s Hospital Oakland
Child Development Center

5220 Claremont Ave.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3351

J. Lane Tanner
Children’s Hospital Oakland
Child Development Center

5220 Claremont Avenue
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3351

Renee C. Wachtel
15250 Hesperian Blvd., Ste. 100
San Leandro, CA  94578
(510) 276-6121

>Pediatric Endocrinology

Susan C. Conrad
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Department of Endocrinology

747 52nd St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3654

Catherine A. Egli
Kaiser Permanente Oakland
Medical Center
Division of Pediatric Endocrinology

3505 Broadway
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-7813

Yvette C. Fan
Kaiser Permanente Oakland
Medical Center
Division of Pediatric Endocrinology

280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-7813

Soffia G. Jonasdottir
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Department of Endocrinology

747 52nd St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3654

Jennifer Ann Olson

Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Department of Endocrinology

747 52nd St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3654

>Pediatric Gastroenterology

Elizabeth Gleghorn
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Department of Gastroenterology

747 52nd St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3058

>Pediatric Hematology-Oncology

Laura A. Campbell
Kaiser Permanente Oakland
Medical Center Division of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology

Mosswood Building, 14th Fl.
3505 Broadway
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-6592

James H. Feusner
Children’s Hospital and Research Center Oakland
Department of Hematology and Oncology

744 52nd St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3372

Caroline Hastings
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Department of Hematology and Oncology

744 52nd St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3372

Elliott P. Vichinsky
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Department of Hematology and Oncology

744 52nd St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3372

>Pediatric Infectious Disease

Ann Petru
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Division of Infectious Diseases

747 52nd St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3336

>Pediatric Nephrology

Barbara B. Botelho
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Department of Nephrology

747 52nd St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3335

Rose Ellen Morrell
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Department of Nephrology

747 52nd St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3335

Sheldon Orloff
Kaiser Permanente Oakland
Medical Center
Division of Pediatric Nephrology

280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-7813

>Pediatric Neurological Surgery

Dachling Pang
Kaiser Permanente Oakland
Medical Center
Department of Pediatric Neurosurgery
Mosswood Building, 12th Fl.
280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-1749

Peter Sun
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Children’s Neurosurgical Associates
744 52nd St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3319

John G. Zovickian
Kaiser Permanente Oakland
Medical Center
Department of Pediatric Neurosurgery
280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-1749

>Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery

Scott A. Hoffinger
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Department of Orthopaedics

744 52nd St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3238

Todd L. Lincoln
Kaiser Permanente Oakland
Medical Center
Department of Orthopaedics

Hospital Building, 1st Fl.
280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-1155

>Pediatric Otolaryngology

Richard Kerbavaz
East Bay Head and Neck Surgery Medical Group
2316 Dwight Way
Berkeley, CA  94704
(510) 845-4500

Frederick Rosen
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Department of Otorhinolaryngology

747 52nd St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3233

>Pediatric Physical Medicine and Rehab

Christine M. Aguilar
Kaiser Permanente Oakland
Medical CenterDepartment of Pediatric Rehabilitation

3701 Broadway
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-6561

>Pediatric Pulmonology

Edward Fong
Bay Area Pediatric Pulmonary Medical Corporation
744 52nd St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3305

Karen Hardy
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Bay Area Pediatric Pulmonary Medical Corporation

747 52nd St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3305

Manisha Newaskar
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Bay Area Pediatric Pulmonary Medical Corporation

747 52nd St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3305

Gregory F. Shay
Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center
Cystic Fibrosis Center Division of Pediatric Pulmonology

280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-7098

Andrew Sam Wen
Kaiser Permanente Oakland
Medical Center Department of Pediatrics

280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-7813

Eric Zee
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Bay Area Pediatric Pulmonary Medical Corporation
747 52nd St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3305

>Pediatric Radiation Oncology

Patrick S. Swift
Alta Bates Summit Comprehensive Cancer Center
2001 Dwight Way
Berkeley, CA  94704
(510) 204-1244

>Pediatric Radiology

Nora E. Canty
Kaiser Permanente Oakland
Medical Center Department of Pediatric Radiology

Main Hospital Building, Ground Fl.
280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-1255

Taylor Chung
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Department of Radiology

747 52nd St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3410

>Pediatric Sleep Medicine

Karen Hardy
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Bay Area Pediatric Pulmonary Medical Corporation

747 52nd St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3305

>Pediatric Specialist/Abused Children

James Edward Crawford
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Center for Child Protection

747 52nd St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3742

>Pediatric Specialist/Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine

Barbara Staggers
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Department of Adolescent Medicine

747 52nd St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3387

>Pediatric Specialist/Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Herbert A. Schreier
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Department of Psychiatry

747 52nd St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3571

>Pediatric Specialist/Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine

Art E. D’Harlingue
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
East Bay Newborn Specialists

747 52nd St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3276
Primarily sees newborns admitted into the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.

David J. Durand
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
East Bay Newborn Specialists

747 52nd St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3276
Primarily sees newborns admitted into the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.

Michael S. Jennis
Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Main Hospital Building, 4th Fl.
280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-6568
Primarily sees newborns admitted into the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.

Priscilla Joe
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
East Bay Newborn Specialists

747 52nd St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3276
Primarily sees newborns admitted into the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.

Suzanne L. Davis
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Department of Neurology

747 52nd St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3590

>Pediatric Specialist/Neurology, General

Jean Hayward
Kaiser Permanente Oakland
Medical Center
Division of Pediatric Neurology

280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-7813

>Pediatric Surgery

James M. Betts
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Pediatric Surgical Associates of the East Bay

744 52nd St., Ste. 4100
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3022
Accepting new surgery patients.

Olajire Idowu

Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Pediatric Surgical Associates of the East Bay

744 52nd St., Ste. 4100
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3022

>Pediatric Urology

James M. Betts
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Pediatric Surgical Associates of the East Bay

744 52nd St., Ste. 4100
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 428-3022

>Pediatrics/General

Myles B. Abbott
East Bay Pediatrics
2999 Regent St., Ste. 325
Berkeley, CA  94705
(925) 254-9203

Arnold J. Blustein
1235 Harrison St.
San Leandro, CA  94577
(510) 352-2425
Accepting new patients upon individual approval.

Marcia Charles-Mo
East Bay Pediatrics
2999 Regent St., Ste. 325
Berkeley, CA  94705
(925) 438-1100

Patricia A. Chase
Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland
Primary Care Services

5220 Claremont Ave.
Oakland, CA  94618
(510) 428-3226

James G. “Jim” Cuthbertson
Berkeley Pediatric Medical Group
1650 Walnut St.
Berkeley, CA  94709
(510) 848-2566

James R. Eitel
La Clinica de la Raza
Department of Pediatrics

3451 East 12th St.
Oakland, CA  94601
(510) 535-3500

Arlene Fischhoff

Kaiser Permanente Oakland
Medical Center
Department of Pediatrics

280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 750-1200

Mika Hiramatsu

Castro Valley Pediatrics
22290 Foothill Blvd., Ste. 1
Hayward, CA  94541
(510) 581-1446

Petra Froehlich Landman
Pediatric Medical Group
2320 Woolsey St., Ste. 301
Berkeley, CA  94705
(510) 849-1744

Olivia Lang
Berkeley Pediatric Medical Group
1650 Walnut St.
Berkeley, CA  94709
(510) 848-2566

Richard L. Oken
East Bay Pediatrics
2999 Regent St., Ste. 325
Berkeley, CA  94705
(925) 438-1100

Daniel L. Robbins
Lamorinda Pediatrics
930 Dewing Ave.
Lafayette, CA  94549
(925) 284-1800
Accepting newborns.

Robert T. Shimizu
Lamorinda Pediatrics
930 Dewing Ave.
Lafayette, CA  94549
(925) 284-1800

Robin Winokur
Kiwi Pediatrics Medical Group
1744 Alcatraz Ave.
Berkeley, CA  94703
(510) 652-1720

>Plastic Surgery

Michael G. Cedars
3300 Webster St., Ste. 1106
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 763-2662

Ronald P. Gruber
East Bay Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Center
3318 Elm St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 654-9222

Glen K. Lau
80 Grand Ave., Ste. 810
Oakland, CA  94612
(510) 451-6950

>Psychiatry

Jeanne Leventhal Alexander
Women’s Health and General Psychiatry
3736 Mt. Diablo Blvd., Ste. 204
Lafayette, CA  94549
(925) 283-9005

Janis Ann Baeuerlen
2702 Dana St.
Berkeley, CA  94705
(510) 666-0563

Laura B. Klein
2435 Russell St.
Berkeley, CA  94705
(510) 644-9824

Carolyn Wilson
2960 A Piedmont Ave.
Berkeley, CA  94705
(510) 848-3250

Mitchell D. Wilson
2960 A Piedmont Ave.
Berkeley, CA  94705
(510) 843-4660

>Pulmonary Medicine

Glen W. Petersen
Berkeley Pulmonary Medical Group
2450 Ashby Ave., Ste. 2736
Berkeley, CA  94705
(510) 204-1894

Ananse Taharka
Kaiser Permanente Oakland
Medical Center
Division of Pulmonary Medicine

280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-1282

>Radiation Oncology

Jeffrey Demanes
California Endocurietherapy
Cancer Center

3012 Summit St., Ste. 2675
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 986-0690

Patrick S. Swift

Alta Bates Summit Comprehensive Cancer Center
2001 Dwight Way
Berkeley, CA  94704
(510) 204-1244

>Radiology

Erik Gaensler
Magnetic Imaging Affiliates
5730 Telegraph Ave.
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 204-1820

Steven Hammerschlag
Pacific Imaging
418 30th St.
Oakland, CA  94609
(925) 274-4950

Paul Radosevich
Kaiser Permanente Oakland
Medical Center
Department of Radiology

280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-7573

>Rheumatology

Jonathan B. Ellman
Sutter East Bay Medical Foundation
2850 Telegraph Ave., Ste. 120
Berkeley, CA  94705
(510) 204-8120

Brian R. Kaye

Sutter East Bay Medical Foundation
2850 Telegraph Ave., Ste. 120
Berkeley, CA  94705
(510) 204-8120

C. Michael Neuwelt
East Bay Rheumatology
Medical Group

13851 E. 14th St., Ste. 301
San Leandro, CA  94578
(510) 357-1303

Kate Scannell
Kaiser Permanente Oakland
Medical Center
Department of Internal Medicine

280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-1125

>Surgery

Lisa Bailey
Bay Area Breast Surgeons
3300 Webster St., Ste. 212
Oakland, CA  94609
 (510) 835-9900

Barry N. Gardiner
5201 Norris Canyon Road, Ste. 120
San Ramon, CA  94583
(925) 275-1210

Kelly O’Neal
Kaiser Permanente Oakland
Medical Center Department of Surgery

280 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA  94611
(510) 752-2375

>Thoracic Surgery

Alden H. Harken
Alameda County Medical Center
East Bay Surgery Program

1411 E. 31st St.
Oakland, CA  94602
(510) 437-4091

>Urology

Robert W. Kindrachuk
NorCal Urology Medical Group
3300 Webster St., Ste. 710
Oakland, CA  94609
(510) 465-5800

 

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