After completing my residency and fellowship in 2003 and 2004, respectively, I decided to return to Northridge Hospital Medical Center to join the faculty at the Northridge Family Medicine Residency Program located on campus. Having graduated from the program myself, I was already very familiar with everything Northridge Hospital and its surrounding community has to offer.
While terrific year-round Southern California weather and a wide variety of local attractions and activities are draws unto themselves, I wanted to start my practice in an environment that was inviting, but at the same time challenging and conducive to my growth as a young physician.
Northridge Hospital and the community it serves, offers all of this and more.The diverse patient population, coupled with Northridge Hospital’s commitment to providing excellent health care help to make each patient encounter a fulfilling and satisfying one. The support from both the nursing and the ancillary staff is tremendous. In fact, the camaraderie amongst members of the administration, the medical staff, and the hospital support staff was one of the biggest attractions in my decision to return to practice at Northridge Hospital. You truly feel that you are a member of a team, singularly united in the common goal of providing patients with the best health care possible.