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Our Highly Respected Physicians

Aviva Aalyeshmerni, M.D.

Pediatrics - Irvine, CA
Medical School: Tel Aviv University, Israel Residency: University of California, Irvine
“Beyond living a balanced lifestyle, wellness is achieved best by recognizing subtle, early signs of compromised health. By listening carefully and gathering comprehensive information, I am able to help families identify signs and symptoms early, to prevent and treat illnesses effectively.”

Elaine Y. King, M.D.

Family Medicine - Irvine, CA
Medical School: University of California, Irvine Residency: Kaiser Permanente, Riverside
“Being healthy allows you to pursue your passion in life – and pursuing a passion in life helps you stay healthy!”

Kory L. Tuominen, M.D.

Family Medicine - Aliso Viejo, CA
Medical School: University of Minnesota Medical School Residency: St. Luke's Hospital
“I view myself as an advocate for my patients and want to encourage personal accountability. That’s why I focus on helping patients first learn the tools needed for optimal wellness and then the skills to execute.”

Josette Taglieri, D.O.

Family Medicine - Newport Beach, CA
Medical School: Western University College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific Residency: Pacific Hospital of Long Beach
“Being able to communicate openly with your physician leads to a relationship where your physician knows you and will be able to care for you as a whole person, ranging from planning and prevention to being an advocate in emergencies.”

Susan Dindot, M.D.

Internal Medicine - Aliso Viejo, CA
Medical School: Baylor College of Medicine Residency: Baylor College of Medicine
“Everything in moderation. Trying to take an extreme approach is rarely successful, as the lifestyle changes are rarely sustainable. Work to take reasonable and healthy steps in all aspects of your life.”

David R. Bloom, M.D.

Family Medicine & Sports Medicine - Newport Beach, CA
Medical School: The State University of New York at Buffalo, School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. Residency: University of California, Irvine
“Prevention is critical. What you know and the action you take has a powerful impact on your longevity and quality of life.”

Jeffrey Barke, M.D.

Family Medicine - Newport Beach, CA
Medical School: University of California, Irvine Residency: University of California, Irvine
“Tell your doctor about more than your specific illness. Knowing you and your history helps your doctors treat your illness and develop a plan to keep you healthy. Medicine is much more than treating symptoms; it’s about treating people. It is the relationship with a patient that is most important.”

Kenneth Cheng, D.O.

Family Medicine - Newport Beach, CA
Medical School: Western University of Health Science. Residency: University of California, Irvine
“Volunteer two hours per week. Volunteering is important for our community, your personal sense of accomplishment, and it correlates with a decreased likelihood of heart disease and depression, which means a healthier, happier life for you and everyone around you.”

James Lindberg, M.D.

Internal Medicine - Newport Beach, CA
Medical School: University of California, Irvine Residency: UCI Medical Center
“Find physical activities that you enjoy and can do with people you care about—like a surf club, a running group, a golf group, a yoga practice, or whatever suits you. That way you’re more likely to actually do the physical activity, which leads to a healthier and happier life.”

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