Rachel Frankenthal is a board-certified and licensed Physician Assistant with a Masters in Public Health. She specializes in gynecologic oncology, treating women with gynecologic cancers as well as women at high risk for uterine or ovarian cancer due to genetic mutations or a strong family history. She is driven and inspired to provide patient-centered care, offering the highest level of medical care with compassion and attention to patients’ individual needs and values.
Rachel is an advocate of holistic and integrative health. In addition to being a Physician Assistant, Rachel is a certified yoga and pilates instructor. She has played an integral role in designing and implementing UCLA's Gynecologic Cancer Survivorship program and teaches the program's weekly yoga and meditation class. Rachel has a special interest in menopause education and management. Rachel started the menopause clinic for gynecologic cancer survivors and is a survivorship expert within UCLA's Comprehensive Menopause Program.
Rachel received her undergraduate degree from Northwestern University and her Masters in Medical Sciences and Masters in Public Health from Nova Southeastern University.
- MPH, Nova Southeastern University, 2016
- BS, Northwestern University, 2007