Stephen Parodi, MD

"Throughout my career I have had two passions — one for direct patient care and the other for ways we can affect the health and welfare of the greater patient population."
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Nancy Goler, MD

Nancy Goler, MD, is recognized for her groundbreaking work, which is recorded in her article, “Substance Abuse Treatment Linked with Prenatal Visits Improves Perinatal Outcomes: A New Standard,” published in the Journal of Perinatology (2008). Dr. Goler led a research…

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Warren Taylor, MD

"When I think about all of the heart attacks and strokes, and of all the premature deaths we’ve prevented; the people we’ve really helped — there is no greater joy on earth."
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Louis Fehrenbacher, MD

Louis Fehrenbacher, MD, is a strong believer in making cancer care a decision-making partnership between physician and patient. As a result, one of the decisions he and his patients can make together is whether or not to participate in the…

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Richard Fleming, MD

"Volunteering reflects a desire to give back. As physicians, we understand how fortunate we are to be in a position to return something to the community."
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Harold Farber, MD

An award-winning pediatric pulmonologist and nationally known asthma specialist, Harold Farber, MD, has served as a consultant to community asthma coalitions, the American Lung Association of California, and the American Academy of Pediatrics. He’s also the co-author of the book…

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Nazir Habib, MD

In medical school, Nazir Habib, MD, feared working with critically ill patients. Yet he worked so hard to conquer his fear that he’s now one of the foremost practitioners and educators in this specialized field. Dr. Habib played a lead…

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Louis Fehrenbacher, MD

"As an oncologist treating dying patients, I’m still frustrated with the new level of treatments we have at this point. However, some of the new treatments have proven successful and I think we’re on the brink of many new discoveries."
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