Jatinder Marwaha, MD FACP

trival-jatinderDr. Marwaha is an exceptionally caring physician. He appreciates the challenge of diagnosing tough medical cases and does so with a compassionate and thoughtful approach. As chairman in the department of medicine at San Ramon Regional Medical Center he consistently leads his peers in developing a greater understanding of patient needs in both the hospital and clinical environment. A strong advocate of continuing education, Dr. Marwaha, spends a great deal of time growing his Internal Medicine knowledge base. His goal in this regard is singular: help patients get better and stay better.
A Board Certified Internal Medicine physician, Dr Marwaha completed his Internal Medicine Internship at University of Nevada School of Medicine. His Internal Medicine residency was completed San Joaquin General Hospital.

Dr. Marwaha is also Board Certified in Sleep Medicine and has developed and implemented an In-Home Sleep Testing Program for his patients.

Dr. Marwaha is a member of the following organizations:

  • American Board of Internal Medicine
  • American College of Physicians
  • American Medical Association
  • California Medical Association
  • Alameda Contra-Costa Medical Association

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Victorina Perez Hoffmann M.D.

Dr. Hoffmann takes time to get to know her patients in all aspects of their lives; physical, emotional, and social that will affect their overall well-being. It is in knowing and listening to each individual that is the key in developing a unique plan of care. Her approach is an emphasis on preventative health and wellness practices, to proactively reduce risks for illness. She encourages her patients to become a well-informed participant in a partnership to achieve optimal health for the long-term.

Dr. Hoffmann completed her Internal Medicine Residency in New York and is a Board Certified Internal Medicine physician. A California native, she has settled in the East Bay with her family since 1996.

Dr. Hoffmann is a member of the following organizations:

  • American Board of Internal Medicine
  • American College of Physicians

Megan Veale PA-C

trival-wongMegan Veale is a graduate of The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences where she completed her training as a Physician Assistant. She is recognized both nationally and within the state of California as a certified Physician Assistant. Originally a Virginia native, Megan now resides in the East Bay.

Megan is a strong advocate for patient wellness and education. She combines good old-fashioned compassion and empathy with cutting edge techniques in health care to offer patients the best care possible. She takes time to understand their needs and concerns, and strives to build and maintain a mutual commitment to patient’s health.

Megan is a member of the following organizations:

  • American Academy of Physician Assistants

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Angelica Meza, PAC

trival-meraAngelica Completed her Physician’s Assistant training at University of Southern California in 2003, after receiving her BA in Biopsychology at UC Santa Barbara. She is certified both nationally and with the state of California. Angelica is an integral member of the Walnut Creek Urgent Care team and takes immense satisfaction in assisting patients to achieve great balance and well-being with regard to their physical and emotional well-being.

Angelica has spent a great deal of her non-working time as a volunteer for multiple organizations, including as an instructor and mentor to PA students, and as a children’s camp health provider. She has also provided health services to underserved communities in Mexico. Angelica speaks Spanish fluently.