Patty Pinanong, MD

Title(s)Clinical Associate Professor of Family Medicine (Practitioner) (Part-Time)
SchoolKeck School of Medicine of Usc
AddressESH 227
University Park Campus
Los Angeles CA 90089-3261
Phone+1 213 740 9355
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    Title(s)Well-Being Director, Family Medicine

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    Patty Pinanong, MD (she/her) is board certified in Family Medicine and a Clinical Associate Professor of Family Medicine at Keck School of Medicine. She earned her medical degree at Chicago Medical School. Upon finishing her residency training at Harbor UCLA, she completed a Chief Resident year and Primary Care Fellowship.

    Her primary clinical interest is in serving medically vulnerable communities. She is the lead physician for the USC Student Health Gender Affirming Care Team that she started in 2013. She finds joy as a physician advocate and in helping her patients be their most authentic selves. She strives to provide high quality, trauma informed care to her patients and understands the importance of both allyship and cultural humility.

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    1. Paradoxical effects of acute ethanolism in experimental brain injury. J Neurosurg. 1997 May; 86(5):876-82. Kelly DF, Lee SM, Pinanong PA, Hovda DA. PMID: 9126906.
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    2. Administration of an omega-conopeptide one hour following traumatic brain injury reduces 45calcium accumulation. Acta Neurochir Suppl (Wien). 1994; 60:521-3. Hovda DA, Fu K, Badie H, Samii A, Pinanong P, Becker DP. PMID: 7976637.
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