Physician Spotlight

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    Dr. Harneet Chopra

    1210 Rossmoor Pkwy
    Walnut Creek, CA 94595
    (925) 933-1210 Specialty: Internal Medicine Languages: English, Hindi, Punjabi
    Dr. Harneet Chopra is certified in Internal Medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine. She received her medical degree at the Government Medical College, Patiala, India and practiced medicine in India before migrating to the Bay Area. She completed her residency in Internal Medicine at the Alameda County Medical Center-Highland Hospital, Oakland, with a focus on primary/acute care and community health. Since then she has been working extensively in the acute care, acute rehab and skilled nursing facilities with a focus on geriatric population. She also speaks Hindi and Punjabi fluently.
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    Dr. Naoko Ikeda

    2160 Appian Way Ste 200
    Pinole, CA 94564
    (510) 724-9110 Specialty: Family Medicine Languages: English

    Dr. Naoko Ikeda joined Alliance Medical Group in January 2014. She is a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, and received her degree at Nova Southeastern University, College of Osteopathic Medicine in Fort Lauderdale, FL before becoming Chief Resident at Sisters of Charity Hospital in Buffalo, NY. Prior to becoming a doctor, she received her Masters degree in Biomedical Science, graduating cum laude.

    Dr. Ikeda's professional expertise includes geriatrics, wound care, and long-term patient care. Dr. Ikeda is fluent in both English and Japanese, and belongs to a number of professional osteopathic medicine organizations.

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    Dr. Charmi Shah

    2433 Central Ave Ste A
    Alameda, CA 94501
    (510) 521-2300 Specialty: Family Medicine Languages: English

    Dr. Charmi Shah is passionate about teaching and community medicine, both locally and abroad. She has traveled to countries outside of the United States to provide medical care to needy patients.

    Dr. Shah's professional interests include a broad range of services in family medicine, with a particular interest in adolescent and women's health, public health, and preventative medicine.

    Dr. Shah states, "Medicine isn't only about the illness. It's about the patient, their family, and our community. During my patient's visit, if I can ease their concerns, empower them and put a smile on their face, I've done my job!"