Hanadi Abou Dargham, MD
Residency Program Director
Assistant Clinical Professor of Family Medicine
Hometown: Mountain House, California
Medical School: Lebanese University, Faculty of Medical Sciences (2010)
Residency: American University of Beirut Medical Center (2013), St. Luke's University Health Network-Sacred Heart (2018)
Professional Goals: Hospital Medicine, Medical Education, Patient Education, Preventative Medicine, Scholarship.
Hobbies: Hiking, listening to music, traveling with her husband and son, and spending time with her family and friends.
About: Dr. Abou Dargham grew up in Beirut, Lebanon. She finished her first residency in Family Medicine at the American University of Beirut, Lebanon in 2013. She completed a second residency in Family Medicine at St. Luke's University Health Network (Sacred Heart), Allentown, Pennsylvania in 2018. Dr. Abou Dargham joined the St. Joseph’s Family Medicine Residency Program as a core faculty in 2019 before being appointed as an Associate Program Director in 2020. Dr. Abou Dargham was appointed as the Residency Program Director in 2022. She began her tenure as a Clinical Assistant Professor at Touro University of California in October 2019. She is board-certified by the American Board of Family Medicine since 2018.
Dr. Abou Dargham is passionate about hospital medicine. She leads the Family Medicine inpatient service and enjoys her teaching responsibilities with medical students and family medicine residents. She has a special interest in hospital medicine, medical education, patient education and preventative medicine. Dr. Abou Dargham received the Paul L. Harmony Excellence in Clinical Teaching Award in 2018.
Dr. Abou Dargham is a published author with over six peer-reviewed journal publications in highly reputable journals. She published a multi-edition book chapter in the 5-Minutes Clinical Consult. In addition to multiple poster and oral presentations at local and national conferences.
To keep herself in great health, Dr. Abou Dargham enjoys hiking, listening to music, traveling with her husband and son, and spending time with her family and friends.
Elaine Ho, DO
Associate Program Director
Director of the Continuity Clinic
Hometown: Stockton, CA
Medical School: Touro University California College of Osteopathic Medicine
Residency: PIH Health Hospital - Downey, Family Medicine Residency Program
Professional Goals: Underserved medicine, Osteopathic medicine, Medical education, Preventive medicine, Advocacy
Hobbies: Tai chi, art, food, travel, adventure/mystery books and movies, spending time with family and friends
About: Dr. Elaine Ho grew up in Santa Clara County, California. She finished her residency in Family Medicine PIH Health Hospital - Downey. She is board-certified by the American Osteopathic Board of Family Physicians.
She continues to be involved with student education with her alma mater, Touro University California College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Dr. Ho joined the St. Joseph’s Family Medicine Residency Program as a Core Faculty in 2020 before being appointed as an Associate Program Director in 2021. She is Board Certified by American Osteopathic Board of Family Physicians since 2019.
She is also involved in state and national medical organizations to further medical education and advocacy for patients, students, residents, and physicians.
Dr. Ho is passionate about comprehensive care (including OMT) for underserved patients in the context of their family and community. She strives to nurture lifelong learning through medical education, mentorship, and advocacy.
Outside of medicine, she enjoys being with family/friends, anything Lord of the Rings, and practicing Tai Chi.
Family Medicine Residency Coordinator
Family Medicine Residency Program
St. Joseph’s Medical Center
1800 North California Street
Stockton, CA 95204