Dr. Amruti Borad graduated at the top of her class from Western University of Health Sciences of the Pacific and earned her degree as a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) She then completed her Family Medicine Residency at UCLA and is Board Certified as a Diplomate, American Board of Family Medicine. Dr. Borad is currently working with UCLA in South Bay, Los Angeles, since she thoroughly enjoyed her experience in residency.
Everyday, Dr. Borad profoundly improves the lives of people of all ages by providing thorough evidence-based medical care. She has deep compassion and respect for all those she cares for and receives no greater joy than from the long-lasting relationships she forms with her patients and their families.
Her interests and expertise include the following but is not limited to: management of chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, kidney disease, and liver disease; women's health, especially contraception and menopause; all aspects of pediatrics, especially adolescent health; treatment of chronic pain with osteopathic manipulative therapy; and office procedures, such as joint injections, trigger point injections, toenail removals, placement of IUDs (contraceptive device), uterine biopsies, skin biopsies, and laceration repairs (stitches).
Also, as of July 2016, Dr. Borad is now providing further care to UCLA South Bay patients at the new after hours clinic in Redondo Beach, as well providing assistance to the nursing triage program.
In addition, given her passion for education, she continues to teach clinical medicine at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, her clinic, and in communities throughout Southern California. She started an educational lecture series at her clinic and attends multiple medical conferences per year in order to provide the most up to date care. She continues to publish papers about unique cases she has come across in her practice. In March 2016, she attended the California Academy of Family Physicians conference national conference, and wrote a resolution regarding vaccination advocacy and met with her district's Senator and Assemblyman seeking support for a senate bill regarding funding of family medicine training programs. In May 2016, she attended a UCLA Steve Tisch BrainSPORT Concussion Champions course, and as a result is better able to evaluate, treat, and educate her colleagues and patients about concussions. She is also part of a Bioethics committee at one of the local hospitals.
In her free time, Dr. Borad enjoys the beach, dancing, high intensity interval training, yoga, playing the piano, trying new activities such as skiiing, testing out the latest trends in LA cuisines, preparing new vegetarian recipes or baking cookies for family and friends, reading about the power of positivity, and meditating.