Jyotsna Bomdica, MD

Jyotsna Bomdica, MD, has the type of job that allows introverts like her to shine. She leads by thoughtfully observing and listening to others, and then assembling teams of experts who help develop innovative approaches to streamlining patient care. As…

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Will North, MD

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a rare disease, but it exacts an incredible toll, not only on those diagnosed with it, but on their caregivers too. This neurodegenerative condition initially causes slurred speech or weakness in an arm or leg.…

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Adam Travis, MD

Dr. Travis’ dedication to his patients, colleagues, and to furthering the field makes him a steadfast role model for all in TPMG. — Robert Greenberg, MD, Physician-in-Chief
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Matthew Lando, MD

“One of the main things I try to impart to residents is the mindset that every patient is an individual. Every patient’s condition is unique.”
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Kavin Desai, MD

"The kids take life more seriously because for them every moment is precious; they live life more fully because they don’t know when it may end."
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Daniel Klein, MD

Dr. Daniel Klein is recognized for the indispensable role he played in the transformation of HIV/AIDS from a mostly fatal disease to a chronic, manageable condition. At the earliest stages of the epidemic, he was one of the first physicians…

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Suhani Mody, MD

"Health promotion is so much more than health education, it transcends the boundaries of member and community outreach, marketing and technology."
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Gail Wagner, MD

"Sometimes things happen serendipitously. You can make all the plans you want, and sometimes what you end up doing has no relation to the plans you’ve made."
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Arnd Herz, MD

A fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, and a member of the Pediatric Infectious Disease Society and Physicians for Social Responsibility, Arnd Herz, MD, is a multifaceted clinician and researcher. He was recognized for his groundbreaking work on the…

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Joseph Phaneuf, MD

"Providing medical care for free brings me back to the roots of why I went into medicine in the first place, which is to help people. Through my volunteer experiences, I’ve developed more humility, gratitude and joy in my regular practice."
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Daniel Klein, MD

Daniel Klein, MD, can be proud of any number of accomplishments. He was one of the first physicians committed to battling HIV/AIDS at the earliest stages of the epidemic, when it surely felt like fighting a losing battle. He championed…

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Keith Matsuoka, MD

In 1995, Dr. Matsuoka responded to his patients who were having trouble obtaining good quality hearing aids, by developing a business plan for a Hearing Aid Center at Hayward. His goal was to provide members with better service and a…

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