Robert D. Ashley, MD

Robert D. Ashley, MD

  • Internal Medicine
Average rating: 5.0
 
15th Street Plaza Family Medicine & Internal Medicine | 1260 15th Street, Suite 1502, Santa Monica, CA 90404

About

Other Hospital Affiliation: St. John's Health Center

Specializing In: Internal Medicine, Acupuncture, Sports Medicine and Wilderness Medicine.

Other Training & Special Interests: Member, Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honors Society. Recipient of the Alice S. Freed Award for Preventative medicine.

Personal Interests: Backpacking, running, biking, yoga, softball, tennis, basketball, playing guitar and playing with my kids.

Foreign Language: Spanish and rudimentary understanding of Persian.

Dr. Ashley is a board-certified internal medicine physician. He provides adult preventative and acute healthcare services. He also is a licensed medical acupuncturist. Dr. Ashley has special interests in sports medicine, nutrition and preventive medicine. His goal as a primary care physician is to optimize patient’s health by focusing on diet and exercise and by providing personalized evidence-based healthcare.

Patient Stories

Thank you Dr. Ashley

Languages

English, Spanish

Education

Medical Board Certification

Internal Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine, 2010

Residency

Internal Medicine, UC Davis, 2000

Internship

Internal Medicine, UC Davis, 1998

Degree

MD, George Washington University School of Medicine, 1997

Hospital Affiliations

UCLA Santa Monica Medical Center

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Reviews

Overall Rating:
5.0
394 total ratings | 123 reviews
5.0
February 29, 2024
Dr. Ashley was outstanding. Took the time to diagnose and explain my injury. Provided me with a cortisone shot that healed my hip pain. Ensured I was not in pain while he administered the shot. Couldn’t ask for a better experience.
5.0
February 28, 2024
Dr Ashley conducted an annual exam. He is thorough and professional.
5.0
February 27, 2024
Best doctor very satisfied
5.0
February 26, 2024
He listened and took all appropriate action
5.0
February 22, 2024
He was caring and engaging for an initial visit. That was not a physical examination.