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Alumni

Our residents often choose to practice at Kaiser Permanente after seeing the multiple benefits of our health system to both patients and physicians. Most residents ultimately practice in the Bay Area as subspecialty, primary care or hospital medicine physicians. Many hold leadership or teaching positions.

Outstanding Fellowship Match Success! 2017 and 2018

Cardiology at San Francisco Kaiser – Joshua Chung
Cardiology at UC Los Angeles/Harbor – Thanh Tran
Endocrinology at UC San Francisco – Stephanie Kim
Hematology/Oncology at UC Davis – Neha Damle
Rheumatology at UC San Francisco – Lucy Liu
Nephrology at University of Washington – Nhi Tan
Endocrinology at University of Washington – Tiffany Nguyen
Community Health Fellowship at Oakland Kaiser – Shefali Nath

Graduates 1999-2018

  • Primary Care: 60
  • Hospital Medicine: 54
  • Fellowships: 56
  • MPH at UC Berkeley: 13

Other Recent Fellowships: 2011-2016

Cardiology at Christiana – Adrienne Topic
Pulmonary Critical Care at UC San Francisco- Tyronda Elliot
Pulmonary Critical Care at UC Davis – Pierce Stewart
Endocrinology at UC Davis – Erin McCorry
Infectious Disease at Yale—Dharushana Muthulingam
Infectious Disease at Boston University – Amanda Thorton
Cardiology at Harbor UCLA – Joanne Vu
Infectious Disease at Cedar-Sinai – Jake Scott
Geriatrics at Stanford University – Sowmya Srinivasan
Pulmonary/Critical Care at UC Irvine – Peter Liebling
Palliative Medicine at Stanford University – Deborah Doberne
Infectious Disease at Louisiana State University – John Nanfro
Gastroenterology at CPMC – Dayanna Carcamo-Medina
Cardiology at University of Minnesota, Hennepin Medical Center – Amatul Hasan
Nephrology at University of New Mexico – Preet Sandhu
Hematology and Oncology at McGill University – Amit Garg
Pulmonary/Critical Care at UC Irvine – Wilson Yan
Rheumatology at UC Irvine – Miten Vasa
Rheumatology at University of Washington – Eyal Kedar
Allergy and Immunology at UC Davis – Nancy Ekeke
Patient Safety & Quality Improvement Fellowship – Ben Mansalis

Prior Fellowship Matches

  • Gastroenterology: California Pacific Medical Center, UC Irvine
  • Cardiology: University of New Mexico. Harbor, UCLA, KP Los Angeles Medical Center, Texas A& M, University of Minnesota
  • Interventional Cardiology: Columbia University
  • Pulmonary/Critical Care Medicine: Stanford University, California Pacific Medical Center, UC Irvine, UCSF Fresno
  • Critical Care Medicine: Stanford University
  • Nephrology: KP Los Angeles Medical Center, UC Davis, University of New Mexico
  • Endocrinology: Stanford University, UC Los Angeles, UC San Diego
  • Rheumatology: UC Los Angeles, UC Irvine, University of Washington
  • Hematology/Oncology: McGill University, New York University, University of Texas at San Antonio
  • Infectious Disease: Yale University, Boston University, Cedars-Sinai, Louisiana State University, Case Western University, UC Davis, University of Illinois
  • Allergy and Immunology: UC San Francisco, UC Davis, University of Medicine and Dentistry in New Jersey
  • General Medicine: Stanford University
  • Palliative Medicine: Stanford University
  • Patient Safety & Quality Improvement Fellowship – Oakland Kaiser

I am very fortunate to have trained at Kaiser Oakland. The attendings, program directors, nurses, and ancillary staff are extremely supportive and provide excellent patient care. There are many opportunities for learning including unique pathology in our patient population, daily reports, research projects, journal clubs, quality improvement projects. Kaiser Oakland prepared me for the next step in my career, Hematology/Oncology.

Amit Garg, MD, Hematology Oncology Fellow

There were many reasons why I chose Kaiser Permanente at Oakland Medical Center for residency – It offered an opportunity for my wife and I to come back and live in the wonderful Bay Area; to interact with and treat a diverse patient population; and to be part of an intimate community program without losing the feel and/or resources of a large academic center. Most importantly, I chose Kaiser Oakland because I wanted to be in a program that would train me well for a career in medicine. To this, I’ve certainly not been disappointed. I’m thankful for the variety of cases I’ve been exposed to as well as the high quality educational sessions provided by faculty and staff who are supportive and passionate about teaching. I’m grateful for the relationships I’ve made including all my fellow residents who not only will be future colleagues, but also lifelong friends. As I begin the next phase of my life with a fellowship in cardiology, I feel confident and well prepared because of my experiences from Kaiser Oakland.

Josh Chung, MD, Cardiology Fellow
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