M.D., FACP, Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, Medical Director, Stanford Concierge and Executive Medicine Clinics
Dr. Pakdaman received her medical training at Yale University School of Medicine and at Stanford University Hospital. In addition to her dedication to the practice of medicine, Dr. Pakdaman has been involved in developing innovative models for patient-centered practice delivery. Beginning in 2012, Dr. Pakdaman helped develop and subsequently launch Stanford’s Concierge Medicine Clinic. She served as Medical Director for both Stanford Concierge Medicine and Stanford Executive Health from 2013 to 2017. During that time, she helped develop Stanford’s Center for Personalized Wellness. Prior to coming to Stanford, Dr. Pakdaman had a private concierge practice, served as chair of the El Camino Hospital Ethics Committee, and was an advisory member for that hospital’s Genomics Medicine Institute.
Genetic Risk Assessment and Pharmacogenomics in Primary Care: A Pilot
Discussion of Stanford’s Center for Personalized Wellness. Pilot programs launched in 2016 offering genetic risk assessment, preventive genetic testing, pharmacogenomic testing and consultation, stress management and wellness education in a primary care practice.