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New Family Medicine Physician in Sanger


SANGER – As a teenager, growing up in India, Dr. Ishwaree Chogle accompanied her mother to many doctors’ appointments. Watching the interaction between her mom and the doctors, and trying to understand her mom’s condition, is what motivated her to seek a career in the medical field.

The family medicine physician now cares for children and adults at Adventist Health / Community Care – Sanger.

She has Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery degrees from Mahatma Gandhi Missions Medical College, where she also completed an internship. Chogle came to the United States to complete her residency at the Department of Family Medicine at University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics in Iowa City.

Before arriving to the Central Valley, Chogle was caring for families at the outpatient Madison Parkside Medical Center in Chicago, Ill.. She also practiced inpatient care at Loretto Hospital in Chicago, West Suburban Medical Center in Oakpark, Ill., and at Amita Health Hospital (formerly Adventist Health) in Bolingbrook, Ill.

Chogle moved to the Valley to continue her passion for rural medicine.

“I don’t want to just treat medical conditions,” she says. “I want to help my patients understand their diseases and how to manage them, while understanding their difficulties and helping them overcome the barriers in accomplishing their goals.”

Chogle is fluent in English, Hindi and Marathi. In her free time, she enjoys painting, traveling and adventure sports, including zip lining and rafting.

She may be reached at Community Care – Sanger, 1939 Academy Ave., with a phone number of (559) 875-6900. More information is available at