“When you know your grocer or the person that works at your gas station for 20 years, it does become personal and you do become attached to people,” says Dr. Namath in this philosophy of care video. “I take care of people who used to teach me when I was in school 20 years ago.”
Dr. Namath sees patients at PAMF’s Fremont Center. Learn more about his philosophy of care below, in this video which is part of a series highlighting the diverse voices of PAMF physicians.
From the very first day he attended medical school, cardiology was a natural interest says Chad Rammohan, M.D., FAAC, an interventional cardiologist at the Palo Alto Medical Foundation’s Mountain View Center.
As an interventional cardiologist Dr. Rammohan performs minimally invasive procedures to improve his patients’ quality of life. “It’s really exciting being in the forefront of these cutting edge techniques and seeing how they help people every day.”
“I get to interact daily with people and share their experiences and stories,” says Dr. Rammohan in this video, which is part of a series highlighting the diverse voices of PAMF physicians. “The best part of this job is seeing people who are really sick get better quickly.”
Knowing that breastfeeding is the healthiest choice for you and your baby is one thing – but what motivates moms to start and continue breastfeeding and what makes them stop? To learn just that and tailor our support for new mothers and their families, PAMF’s Education Division is conducting a large, ongoing survey of breastfeeding mothers called the Bay Area Breastfeeding Experience Survey (BABES).
The project, which follows BABES participants until they stop breastfeeding, has now been underway for two years. You’ll find the most recent highlights from the survey on our BABES website. Data is updated regularly by the team.