Citrus Heights Medical Office
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Mission, Vision & Values
Why Choose Us
Lisa Chodak, MD
Care Philosophy: As each person is different, healthcare must be individualized to appropriately meet the needs of that patient.
Jennifer Overbey, MD
Care Philosophy: I believe in treating patients as individuals and providing them with as much education as I can.
Natalie Bulock, DO
Care Philosophy: As an osteopathic physician, I have a patient-centered holistic approach to women's health care. I believe it is the physician's role to listen, provide comfort and to guide women to live healthier lives.
Monica Kasrazadeh, MD
Care Philosophy: I seek to provide a compassionate, comfortable environment where women can be educated about treatment options and participate in healthcare decisions.
Tanuja Raju, MD
Care Philosophy: It is my job to educate and guide women through different milestones of their life, from adolescence through child bearingand into menopause.
Jennifer Conwell, MD
Care Philosophy: I am personally invested in the care of all of my patients, and I approach each person as an individual. I try to tailor my approach to meet the needs of each person, and I want to empower my patients to achieve their best possible health.
Jane Maloney, MD
Care Philosophy: I want to know who my patients are, what they care about and what makes them feel whole. I want to work with my patients to figure out how we can make them feel their best version of themselves.
Helen Nutter, MD
Care Philosophy: As a mother of four children, I approach your care with the same patience, compassion, and curiosity that I did in raising them. I hope to form a long-lasting individual relationship with every patient, helping them make smart, informed decisions about their health and well being.
Paula Akin, DO
Care Philosophy: I believe in treating each patient as a unique individual and empowering women to take an active role in their healthcare choices.
Gertrude (Trudi) Shiu, MD
Care Philosophy: I look forward to developing lifelong relationships with my patients and am committed to providing compassionate competent care.
Andrea Garland, MD
Care Philosophy: I love working with patients to empower them to make changes to improve their health. I am passionate about medicine and aim to give compassionate, patient-centered care.
Dana Jacques, MD
Care Philosophy: I decided to become an OB/GYN because I enjoy the opportunity to treat and support women through some of the most challengesand transformative periods of their lives. I enjoy the balance of seeing patients for their routine annuals, following them through pregnancy, and doing procedures and surgery to treat their specific needs.
Mwanga, Kazadi, MD
Care Philosophy: I believe in providing quality, sensitive and state-of-the-art medical services- partnering with my patients to maximize their health and quality of life.
Zainab Saifee, DO
Care Philosophy: I have always been passionate about women's health and being an OB/GYN gives me the unique opportunity to follow a patient from adolescence through pregnancy and menopause. I aim to provide comprehensive obstetric and gynecologic care while educating patients and empowering them to participate in their treatment plan.
Ronald Zielinsky, MD
Care Philosophy: I believe that each patient is unique and wants a physician who is open, honest and caring. I expect my patients to take an active role in the healthcare decision-making process. As your physician, I will customize a treatment plan that utilizes all possible treatment modalities available in order to optimize your health and wellness.
Hui Min Cheong, MD
Care Philosophy: I believe that optimum health care is where both the patient and doctor are able to work together to achieve a common goal.
Katherine Gillogley, MD
Care Philosophy: I enjoy helping women through the health stages of their life - from adolescence to child- bearing and into menopause.
Jennifer Overbey, MD
Natalie Bulock, DO