Residents

Jennifer Garcia, MD
Post-graduate year: Third Year

Jenny Garcia

Jennifer Garcia, MD completed her medical degree at the University of the East, Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center College of Medicine in Quezon City, Philippines. The daughter of a long-time California family physician and a mother to two young children, Dr. Garcia is excited to pursue family medicine because it will allow her to build long-term relationships with her patients. She speaks English and Spanish. Married to a fellow physician, Dr. Garcia enjoys karaoke, running and exploring new cultures.


Joshua A. Arvizu, MD
Post-graduate year: Third Year

Arvizu

Originally from Glendale, Calif., Arvizu earned his medical degree from the Universidad de Montemorelos School of Medicine in Nuevo Leon, Mexico. He has a holistic approach to each patient, taking into consideration their physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing as part of their short-term and long-term care.


Tricia Bautista, MD
Post-graduate year: Third Year

Tricia Bautista

A California native, Bautista earned her medical degree from the University of Perpetual Help in the Philippines. She was drawn to family medicine because she believes it’s a privilege to provide whole-person care to patients of every age and empower them to participate in their care.


Vikramjeet S. Dhillon, MD
Post-graduate year: Third Year

Vikramjeet S. Dhillon

Dhillon earned his medical degree from Smolensk State Medical Academy in Russia. He was inspired to practice medicine after watching his father, also a physician, care for patients in their remote town in India. Dhillon encourages patients to incorporate spirituality, happiness, diet and exercise into their lives to achieve the best possible state of health.


Ruth Lopez, MD
Post-graduate year: Third Year

Ruth Lopez

Originally from Mexico, Lopez earned her medical degree from the Universidad Xochicalco Medical School in Ensenada. She believes preventative medicine is the key to improving a patient’s quality of life, and her goal is to make a positive impact on the community by combining science and compassion.


Hugo E. Lopez, MD
Post-graduate year: Third Year

Hugo Lopez

A desire to prevent disease and help those with medical needs lead a healthier lifestyle inspired Lopez to earn his medical degree from Autonomous University of Santa Ana in his native El Salvador. He enjoys being part of a patient’s healing process and able to serve an entire family and the community.


Adedamola Omole, MD
Post-graduate year: Third Year

Adedamola OmoleOmole was inspired to practice medicine by the joy and satisfaction he witnessed in his physician father as he cared for patients in their native Nigeria. He earned his medical degree from Zaporizhzhia State Medical University in Ukraine and selected family medicine as his specialty because it enables him to care for patients of any age and partner with them for health.


Harkomal Kaur, MD
Post-graduate year: Second Year

Harkomal Kaur

was born and raised in Punjab, India. She graduated from the Ross University School of Medicine and completed her bachelor’s in biology at UCLA. Her passion for primary care flourished as she witnessed communities struggling due to a shortage of primary care in the underserved regions of Punjab. Now her dream is to provide medical services to those in need. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, hiking, and enjoying serial shows.


Tahmores Matin, MD
Post-graduate year: Second Year

Tahmores Matin, M.D.

was raised in Orange County. He went to undergrad at University of California Riverside. He attended medical school at University of Autonoma Guadalajara, with completion of his medical school at New York Medical College in the 5th Pathway Program. He grew up spending most weekends in hospitals with his RN mom. When his father had his first heart attack, he saw and valued the care that he received. He witnessed the impact a doctor can have and chose to dedicate his life to medicine. In his free time, he enjoys being with family and friends, swimming, running, paddle boarding, hiking, reading, and traveling.


Linha Mazin Mohammed, MD
Post-graduate year: Second Year

Linha Mazin Mohammed, M.D.

was born and raised in Baghdad, Iraq. She attended medical school at University of Sharjah in United Arab Emirates. Her mentor in medicine was her grandmother. After school, she used to accompany her to her private clinic in an underserved area in Iraq. She became inspired by witnessing her passion for community healthcare. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, traveling, meditation, and exploring new restaurants.


Youstina Morkos, MD
Post-graduate year: Second Year

Youstina Morkos, M.D.was born and raised in Egypt. She earned a medical degree from Sohag University, Faculty of Medicine and completed a one-year internship at Sohag University Hospital. She is looking forward to the exposure to different cultures in the central valley. In her free time, she likes spending time with her family, cooking, traveling, and reading. Umer Rashid, M.D. was born and raised in Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan. He attended medical school at Sargodha Medical College. After graduation, he moved to the central valley and did clinical research with a primary focus on NASH. He enjoys spending time with family, playing table tennis, and exploring the beautiful coastline of California .


Umer Rashid, MD
Post-graduate year: Second Year

Umer Rashid, M.D. was born and raised in Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan. He attended medical school at Sargodha Medical College. After graduation, he moved to the central valley and did clinical research with a primary focus on NASH. He enjoys spending time with family, playing table tennis, and exploring the beautiful coastline of California.


Khaing Khaing Win, MD
Post-graduate year: Second Year

Khaing Khaing Win, M.D. was born and raised in Yangon, Myanmar (Burma). She went to the University of Medicine (2), Yangon. After graduation, she worked as a lecturer in the Pathology Department at her medical school and practiced medicine in her home country for 10 years. Khaing immigrated to the United States in 2017 and is now happy to be part of the Adventist Health Hanford Family Medicine Residency Program! She enjoys spending time with her family, cooking and traveling.


Natasha Ahmed, MD
Post-graduate year: First Year

Khaing Khaing Win, M.D. Natasha Ahmed, MD completed her medical degree from Fatima Jinnah Medical University in Pakistan. Her desire to become a doctor and be learn more about the art of science came from the unfortunate experience of her healthy father passing away from a heart attack when she was only 10 years. She grew up in Albuquerque, New Mexico and speaks Urdu, Punjabi and Spanish. Dr. Ahmed enjoys cooking, biking, travel, movies and spending time with family


Kavya Chavali, MD
Post-graduate year: First Year

Harkomal Kaur​Kavya Chavali, MD completed her medical degree from Volgogard State medical University in Russia. She wanted to follow in the same footsteps as her compassionate, caring and observant family doctor and today aims to provide the same care to her patients in the Central Valley. She grew up in Dubai and speaks Hindi, Telugu and Russina. Dr. Chavali enjoys hiking, crafting and spending time with family

John Pinches, MD
Post-graduate year: First Year

Linha Mazin Mohammed, M.D.

John Pinches, MD completed his medical degree from the University of Perpetual Help in the Philippines. He was inspired to practice medicine after watching both his grandmother and his father, also physicians care for their patients. He grew up in Dubai and speaks Japanese and Spanish. Dr. Pinches enjoys reading, exercising, drawing and spending time with family


Aseem Singh, MD
Post-graduate year: First Year

Youstina Morkos, M.D.Aseem Singh, MD completed his medical degree from Sri Guru Ram Dam Institute in India. Following in the footsteps of his Father, who has been a physician for the past 30 years, he hopes to continue to providing compassionate care to those in need. He grew up in India and speaks Punjabi and Hindi. Dr. Singh enjoys hiking, videography, movies, music, and spending time with family


Anthony Trinh, MD
Post-graduate year: First Year

Umer Rashid, M.D.Anthony Trinh, MD completed his medical degree from AUC School of Medicine in the Caribbean. It was his passion to help people live healthier and better lives that inspired him to become a family practice physician. Dr. Trinh grew up in San Jose, CA and speaks Vietnamese. He enjoys hiking, running, meditation, travel and spending time with family.


Tiffany Yu, MD
Post-graduate year: First Year

Khaing Khaing Win, M.D. Tiffany Yu, MD completed her medical degree from University of East Ramon Magsaysay Memorial in the Philippines. It was the limited access to healthcare in her hometown that inspired her to become a physician so that she can provide care to the underserved areas. She was born in the Philippines and grew up in Chino Hills, CA. Dr. Yu speaks Tagalog and enjoys hiking, photography, volleyball and spending time with family.