Dr. Olivia Ishibashi is a board-certified family physician who practices in Santa Monica, California. Her areas of clinical focus are geriatrics, preventive care, chronic disease management, primary care procedures, and medical education.
Dr. Ishibashi grew up in a multicultural, multigenerational family in Los Angeles that ultimately sparked her interest in geriatric and community medicine. She went to Stanford University for her undergraduate studies in Human Biology, then received the Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship to complete a Graduate Certificate in Experimental Medicine from McGill University in Montreal, Quebec. Following her graduate studies, she returned to Southern California to work in both the public and private health sectors. She then completed her medical degree and earned a Master of Public Health (MPH) at UCLA’s David Geffen School of Medicine through the Programs in Medical Education in Leadership and Advocacy (PRIME-LA) program.
During her leisure time, she takes pleasure in spending quality moments with her expanding family, exploring new restaurants, and unwinding at the beach.