Joanna Ready, MD

Though nearly 70 million people in the United States have been vaccinated against hepatitis B (HBV), approximately 850,000 already are infected. HBV can become a chronic infection, putting people at high risk of death from cirrhosis and liver cancer. But…

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Stephen Wang, MD

"We’re practicing preventive medicine, working to avoid complications by using only the safest IVC filters and removing them before they can cause problems for our patients."
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Diane Craig, MD

"The greatest reward was watching the mortality rate for sepsis fall as we got better at identifying patients quickly and treating them aggressively."
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Anita Lee, MD

"A dream approach to cancer care would have it all — an outstanding multidisciplinary team, easy access to information, emotional support and yes, a bit of fun."
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Minggui Pan, MD, PhD

"A dream approach to cancer care would have it all — an outstanding multidisciplinary team, easy access to information, emotional support and yes, a bit of fun."
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Daniel S. Tseng, MD, MPH

Daniel Tseng, MD is recognized for his work as principal investigator on one of the few studies to examine the relationship between ethnicity and tolerance of hypertension medications. Study results are reported in the article "Angiotensin-converting Enzyme-related Cough Among Chinese-Americans,"…

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Marketa Dolnik, MD

Marketa Dolnik, MD is recognized for her outstanding work as reported in the article "Hetastarch increases the risk of bleeding complications in patients after off-pump coronary bypass surgery: A randomized clinical trial," published in The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular…

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Katherine Brubaker, MD

Katherine Brubaker, MD, is a gifted lecturer who shares her expertise with residents at Santa Clara and Oakland. A widely recognized authority on menopausal health issues, she has been an Oral Board examiner for the American Board of Ob/Gyn since…

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Alan Wong, MD

"JW changed me in terms of understanding giving, understanding friendship. I’ve met so many people through JW House, and I’ve never had so much fun in my life."
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Rajeshwari Ayyar, MD

Raji Ayyar, MD, is making a difference in her clinical work as well as through her association with the award-winning Kaiser Permanente Oncology Clinical Trials (KPOCT) program. Each year, more than 300 Northern California Kaiser Permanente patients with cancer enter…

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Donald Dyson, MD

An expert in maternal-fetal medicine, Donald Dyson, MD, has been widely recognized for his research contributions over the past 20 years. Dr. Dyson is also an assistant clinical professor at Stanford University’s School of Medicine and has received awards for…

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Gus Garmel, MD

Patients in desperate need of emergency care are indeed fortunate to find themselves in the exceptionally skilled hands of physicians trained by Gus Garmel, MD. Dr. Garmel is co-founder and co-director of the Stanford/Santa Clara Kaiser Permanente Emergency Medicine Residency…

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Eleanor Levin, MD

"People in professional societies and research institutions talk theoretically about how to do things better, but here at Kaiser Permanente we work together to affect change and improve patient care and patient outcomes. We’re able to make a difference in people’s lives."
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