Dr. Bonfoco graduated from Pavia Medical School in Italy. After completed medical school, she trained as a surgeon for two years at the Karolinska Hospital, in Stockholm and started a PhD program in Neurotoxicology at the Karolinska Institute. Dr. Bonfoco is Board Certified in Family Medicine and enjoys practicing all the spectrum of medicine, in particular woman health, emergency medicine and office procedures. More >
Tiffany Cho, MD, MBA
Dr. Tiffany Cho is a board-certified family medicine physician. Dr. Cho grew up in Los Angeles and attended UCLA for undergraduate school where she graduated magna cum laude with dual degrees in Biology and Art History. She then attended the University of California Irvine for medical school where she received her MD. She also earned her MBA at the UC Irvine Paul Merage School of Business. During her training, she was awarded an Albert Schweitzer Fellowship grant to improve access for medically underserved Korean Americans in Orange County. Later, Dr. Cho served as Chief Resident at John Muir Health in the Bay Area and also received additional training in Integrative Medicine during residency. Her clinical interests include pediatrics, women's health, geriatrics, Integrative Medicine, and procedures. Dr. Cho is fluent in Korean and English. Her interests include art history, drawing & painting, dancing, cooking and watching the Los Angeles Dodgers win. More >
Jaclyn Rodriguez, MD
Dr. Rodriguez is a board-certified family medicine doctor who specializes in sports medicine. She received her bachelor's degree from Villanova University and a master’s degree in public health from Drexel University before completing medical school at Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine in New York. She went on to complete her medical training in family medicine at Jefferson Health in Philadelphia. More >
Dr. Seshadri is an Internal Medicine/Pediatric physician. She graduated as chief resident from SUNY Buffalo, and has lived in over 9 different countries and 16 cities. She moved from the Bay Area and worked at Stanford pediatric urgent care and as a medical consultant, then decided to pursue a career in both Internal Medicine and Pediatrics so that she may be able to practice true transitional care and be able to provide more complete "family" care. She approaches each patient via a "patient-centered" approach. More >
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