Dr. Sarah Duncan was born in Boston, Massachusetts, where she grew up. Prior to starting medical school, she taught high school science in southern Texas for two years and then worked in clinical research for two years in Tufts Medical Center’s division of nephrology. She is interested in primary care, reproductive health, and adolescent health. …read more
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Dr. Andreas Lazaris attended UC Berkeley, where he was a regents’ and chancellor’s scholar and graduated with high honors in cognitive science. He served as a clinical care volunteer at the Alzheimer’s Services of the East Bay and served as the District 8 commissioner and vice chair of the …read more
Dr. Julia Eicher was born and raised in New York, and loves the city and the diverse communities within it. As an undergraduate sociology student, she learned how social determinants of health and the environment affects health outcomes. Her background and interest in women’s health, full spectrum reproductive options, addiction medicine and integrative medicine inform …read more
Growing up and training in Baltimore, Dr. Alexa “Lexi” Goldstein witnessed the enormous effect that social determinants of health have on a patient’s life. She believes having a primary care physician who understands those variables drastically affects a patient’s trust and engagement with the entire healthcare system. Dr. Goldstein is interested in caring for the …read more
Prior to medical school, Dr. Elaina Ramos worked for several years in developmental behavioral pediatric research, focusing on autism and early literacy. She is interested in healthcare for individuals with disabilities and the LGBTQ community, along with the treatment of substance use disorders. Dr. Ramos appreciates the privilege of being allowed into patients’ lives, hearing …read more
Dr. Talia Maridueña -Urdanigo was born and raised in Jamaica, New York, where she was privy to the social disparities that exist in different communities. She continued to see those disparities while training in Harlem and Flatbush, Brooklyn. Witnessing these stark inequities was the motivation for her to pursue a career on the front lines in …read more
Dr. Noosheen Javadi believes in treating and improving the total picture of health for every patient. She is especially passionate about the field of integrative medicine, emphasizing preventative care and evidence-based holistic medicine using the “mind, body, spirit” approach to treating illness. Dr. Javadi strives to ensure that all patients have increased access to nutritional …read more
Dr. Clarissa Ortiz is from South Jersey and her grandparents are from Puerto Rico. She grew up playing multiple sports including martial arts, and played Division I softball on a USAAI softball team. She is interested in women’s health, international medicine, and serving underserved communities. Dr. Ortiz loves educating patients so that they feel empowered …read more
Dr. Aaron Choy is interested in academic medicine and has been involved in education since high school. He wants to continue his immersion in and promotion of medical education throughout his career. He loves building lasting relationships with people to work together so they can live life healthier and happier.
Dr. Meea Yim believes that medicine is engaging and challenging and that there is always more to learn. She has a special interest in addiction medicine. She looks forward to being a family physician where she can build lasting relationships with her patients.