Our alumni have been key in developing the program to what it is today. We keep in touch and see them regularly, as most have jobs in California (many within the Kaiser Permanente system).

2018 Graduates
Peter Czobor, MD
Stanford Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant Cardiology Fellowship
Ryan Boehm, MD
University of Virginia Interventional Cardiology Fellowship
2017 Graduates
Tina Saparia, MD
Current Employment: Kaiser Permanente, Redwood City – General Cardiology
Payal Mehta, MD
Current Employment: Kaiser Permanente, Vacaville – General Cardiology
2016 Graduates
Benedict Ancock, MD
Current Employment: Marin General Hospital — General Cardiology
Anne Goh, MD
Current Employment: Kaiser Permanente, San Francisco – Department of Cardiology, Pulmonary Hypertension Division
2015 Graduates
Kunal Mehtani, MD
Current Employment: Kaiser Permanente, South San Francisco, General Cardiology and Pacemaker Implantations
Amy Gin, MD
Additional Sub-Specialty Training: 2 year combined Interventional Cardiology and Structural Heart Interventions at Massachusetts General Hospital/ Harvard Medical School
Current Employment: Kaiser Permanente, Santa Clara – Interventional Cardiology and Structural Heart
2014 Graduates
Amit Prasad, MD, MBA
Current Employment: St. Lukes Health Network – Hospital, General Cardiology

I enjoyed being able to learn excellent clinical cardiology as well as hospital management in one of the best health care systems in the world.

Johnathan Peng, MD
Current Employment: Kaiser Permanente, Santa Rosa, General Cardiology

I was surprised at the amount of clinical cases I was able to experience and the extremely talented and amazing faculty I have become friends with.

2013 Graduate
Robert Felix, MD Current Employment: Kaiser Permanente, Redwood City, General Cardiology
2012 Graduates
William Ng, MD Advanced Fellowship: Interventional Cardiology at University Southern California
Current Employment: Kaiser Permanente, Modesto, Interventional Cardiology

The people who work in the Department of Cardiology at Kaiser San Francisco are like family. It is a unique department unlike any that I have worked in.

Navid Shafaee, MD Current Employment: Kaiser Permanente, Santa Rosa, General Cardiology

It’s a big family. Everyone comes to work with a smile on their face. All faculty members want to teach, and are willing to make their day longer to do so.

Taylor Holve, MD Additional Training: Adult Congenital Heart disease at Kaiser Permanente San Francisco
Current Employment: Cottage Health Systems Santa Barbra CA, Adult Congenital Heart Disease and General Cardiology

I liked the fact that each and every day, someone was excited to teach me something and I was eager to learn. Everyone enjoyed working together, which made the experience all the more satisfying. I think that’s what sets our program apart from many other places.