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Camille Lawhead

Ms. Lawhead speaks French and Haitian Creole. She is interested in sexual and reproductive health, adolescent care, LGBTQ+ care and substance use disorder treatment. She loves getting to know patients from all walks of life and partnering with them to work toward their goals.

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Camille Lawhead

Anna Pang

Ms. Pang grew up in an immigrant household and witnessed many healthcare struggles in her diverse community. She worked at the San Francisco Department of Public Health, serving the immigrant community in the Bay Area. She is interested in women’s health, quality improvement, and reducing health disparities. She also speaks Cantonese and Mandarin. She believes …read more

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Anna Pang

Jane Kim

Ms. Kim grew up in New Jersey and spent much of her adult life in Seattle. She is interested in substance use disorder, integrative medicine, homeless healthcare, adolescent medicine, and implementation research. As a primary care provider, she seeks to support and collaborate with patients, families, and communities to achieve wellness. She enjoys being outdoors, …read more

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Jane Kim

Julia Donahue

Ms. Donahue is a born and raised New Yorker. She worked in the NYCDOHMH for five years as a nurse home visitor for the Nurse-Family Partnership Targeted Citywide Initiative working with new families living in the shelter system. Ms. Donahue is also a certified lactation counselor, and speaks Spanish. Prior to becoming a nurse, she …read more

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Julia Donahue

Reshma Koul

Dr. Koul was born in New York City, but grew up in a small beach town on the Gulf Coast of Florida. In medical school, she worked in a non-profit women’s hospital in Mumbai, India, which increased her interest in women’s health. Her other interests include global health, primary care and mental health. Dr. Koul …read more

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Reshma Koul

Ashley Guadalupe-Padgett

Dr. Ashley Guadalupe-Padgett was born in NY and grew up in the Bronx and Queens. She received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from SUNY Stony Brook University. Prior to medical school, Ashley worked as an ABA therapist at an early intervention center providing one-on-one therapy to children with autism and other developmental disabilities. Her professional …read more

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Ashley Guadalupe-Padgett

Alison Philip

Dr. Alison Philip was born and raised in Westchester County, NY. She went on to complete a large part of her schooling in India with her grandparents. Growing up, she was always surrounded by the natural beauty of mountains, forests and rivers whether it was the backwaters on India or the Hudson Valley so when she came and did …read more

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Alison Philip

Himanshu Parikh

Dr. Himanshu Parikh was born in India. He received his BS in Microbiology and MS in Biophysics from the Cancer Research Institute, Ph.D. in Biophysics and Biochemistry from Wayne State University, and completed his postdoctoral studies in Neuropharmacology at Texas Tech University School of Medicine. Before starting medical school and residency he pursued his passion …read more

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Himanshu Parikh

Rajvir Laura

Dr. Rajvir Laura was born and raised in Surrey, British Columbia, where he attended Simon Fraser University for his undergraduate degree in Molecular Biology & Biochemistry and Business Administration. He subsequently moved to the island of Antigua to pursue medicine at the American University of Antigua. Through the course of his clinical work he developed …read more

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Rajvir Laura

Farnaz Jafari

Dr. Farnaz Jafari was born in Iran and move to California when she was 16. She rotated at the Institute during her 4th year of medical school. She enjoyed working with residents and faculties at the Institute. Her professional interests are preventive care and mental health. She is also interested in providing health care to low …read more

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Farnaz Jafari