Suchada Nopachai, MD

Dr. Nopachai has always known her life’s calling is to help others. But this purpose took on a laser focus after a traumatic event in 2014, in which the gynecologic surgeon's 4-year-old son suddenly collapsed in cardiac arrest while playing…

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Laura Minikel, MD

“I love that ‘aha’ moment when people grasp a concept. I want our residents to be excellent clinicians with a passion for what they do.”
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Elizabeth Suh-Burgmann, MD

“Our shared goal is to spare women unnecessary surgery while identifying cancers more promptly. We all want to practice in a way that maximizes benefits and minimizes harm.”
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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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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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Robin Field, MD

"I have seen many gifted educators in my 20 years at Kaiser Permanente. Robin Field is beyond gifted: teaching is his life."
Steven Masters, MD, Chief of Ob/Gyn, TPMG
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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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John Husokowski, MD

Residents who study with John Husokowski, MD, receive far more than clinical knowledge. Simply by observing this outstanding physician, they learn how to lead, innovate and contribute to each other and the medical world at large. As Director of the…

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Steven Bornstein, MD

"I’m not a techie person; I’m not a software engineer, and I don’t write code. But I’ve been fortunate to work with creative people who, like me, see a vision of how computer technology can improve the quality of care we deliver to our patients."
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Walter Kinney, MD

"The outcome measure that’s most meaningful to me is how well we do with keeping our members from getting cervical cancer — one of the very few preventable forms of cancer."
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