Jake Roth, MD

Although he was born and raised in the Bay Area, Jake Roth, MD, spent a good portion of his childhood living abroad, an experience that instilled a love of different people and cultures. As the Chief of Psychiatry, this af…

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Daniel Jacobs, MD

A mutilating finger or hand injury typically occurs in the blink of an eye. But what happens in the hours that follow can mean the difference between being able to use a finger again—and losing it altogether. “Replant surgery involves…

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JoAnn Bergoffen, MD

Lynch Syndrome is a genetic condition whose carriers have a high lifetime risk of colorectal cancer – up to 80% compared to 6% in the general population – and are at risk for other types of cancer as well. Studies…

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Ruma Kumar, MD

“Our whole profession is based on constant learning, training and teaching. So every opportunity I have to teach, I seize it!”
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Efren Rosas, MD

"Dr. Rosas represents the very best in Permanente Medicine,” says Rajan Bhandari, MD, Physician-in-Chief, San Jose Medical Center. “He has helped solve complex problems to improve access, quality and service for our patients."
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Nilima Sabharwal, MD

"I believe there is a force that tries to bring out the best in us. When you are passionate about something and you work for that higher power, you experience miracles."
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Harley Goldberg, DO

Dr. Harley Goldberg is highly regarded for his skill and tireless commitment in developing an array of continuing medical education programs in Northern California. While he was Chief of Education in the 1990s, he helped develop a core curriculum for…

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Elizabeth S. Menkin, MD

"Dr. Menkin has a unique genius for creating a learning experience that allows the physician to profoundly experience the patient perspective"
Jann Dorman, Director, Center for Health Care Delivery Care Management Institute
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David Sobel, MD

"Members are the true primary care providers, and our job is to educate, equip and empower them to be active partners with care professionals."
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Tim Tsang, MD

"I’m not a computer geek, but I am interested in technology. With my understanding of how physicians function in their practices, I’ve been able to design ways for technology to fit into their workflow."
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Susan Kutner, MD

Dr. Kutner has worked tirelessly to improve the quality of breast care for our members, and to demonstrate to those outside of our organization how Kaiser Permanente’s integrated health care system provides the highest quality care for women with breast…

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Barry Jay Miller, MD

Shortly after joining TPMG in 1986, Dr. Miller began working to improve the care of patients with back problems – most notably by creating the Medical Spine Unit, an evidence-based practice model that is managed by primary care physicians with…

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