Jason Tokumoto, MD – Medical Director
Jason Tokumoto, MD is board certified in internal medicine and infectious diseases. He is an assistant clinical professor of medicine at the University of California at San Francisco where he precepts first year medical students in the PRIME program (students interested in working with the underserved population). He is also clinical coordinator of the National HIV/AIDS Clinicians' Consultation Center (NCCC) located at San Francisco General Hospital. The NCCC is a federally funded program that provides telephone consultation to clinicians in the USA who have questions about the management of their HIV patients, pregnant HIV patients, and health care workers exposed to a potentially infectious fluid. In addition, he manages 50 HIV-infected Native Americans patients at the Native American Health Center. He has a special interest in complementary and alternative medicine in HIV and has written chapters on this subject in 3 major textbooks. He believes that all patients should be treated as a "whole person" and the only way to provide the best care is to address their physical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual needs.
Tri Do, MD, MPH
Tri Do joined Roche Molecular Diagnostics in July 2008 as Director of Clinical Research and Scientific Affairs for HIV and CMV. He is also an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. While at UCSF, his NIH-funded research focused on the social epidemiology of HIV infection among communities of color and among men who have sex with men, in particular Asians and Pacific Islanders. He has been an attending physician at the UCSF Positive Health Program at San Francisco General Hospital since 2002. He also provided clinical mentorship to clinicians serving under-resourced populations including people living with HIV in Vietnam and in the California prison system. He currently serves on the board of several non-profit community based organizations including API Wellness Center.
Kathy Hsiao, MD
Dr. Kathy Hsiao is a board certified OBGYN physician/surgeon. She completed her residency training at UCSF and has been in practice for nearly twenty years. She teaches medicine and surgery as a Volunteer Clinical Assistant Professor at UCSF. Dr. Hsiao is a long term supporter of LGBT rights in the Bay Area. She serves many lesbians, bisexuals and FTM trans men in her practice. Dr. Hsiao specializes in performing minimally invasive outpatient total laparoscopic hysterectomies for trans men and alternative insemination services for queer/alternative family building. Dr. Hsiao will serve as a volunteer physician at the API Wellness Clinic, providing basic primary care, basic gynecological services, STI screening/education, sexual health, hormonal and surgical referrals for trans men.
Elizabeth Long-Goldman, NP-C, RN, MSN
Elizabeth is an Adult Nurse Practitioner who began her nursing education in the ADN program at City College of San Francisco. With a BA degree in Women’s and Gender Studies received from San Francisco State University, Elizabeth obtained her Bachelor of Science in Nursing with a concentration in Public Health Nursing. She then continued onward in a pursuit to serve the community in direct patient care and completed her Master of Science in Nursing from UCSF in the Adult Nurse Practitioner program with a focus in Integrated Complementary Healing.
As a Registered Nurse, Elizabeth has worked in the inpatient hospital settings in various departments including Medical-Telemetry, Emergency, and ICU/TCU. In her time as a Nurse Practitioner, she has worked in both outpatient and inpatient settings to include primary care, preoperative medicine, Women's Health/Gynecology, pulmonary medicine, orthopedics and Urgent Care.
Elizabeth has spent much of her time working in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her interest and skills in public health nursing as both a Registered Nurse and Nurse Practitioner are invaluable to A&PI Wellness Center's medical team.
Emiko Kamitani, RN, CNS, MS – Director of Nursing
Emiko Kamitani is Doctoral Nursing Student and Graduate Student Researcher in the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Department of Community Health System, School of Nursing. She is a Registered Nurse and Clinical Nurse Specialist in Public Health and earned her Master's degree in Advanced Community Health/ International Nursing with HIV/AIDS as minor from UCSF. She previously worked at liver/kidney transplant unit in University of California, Los Angeles Medical Center. Her passion is toward Healthcare Disparity, especially due to race, sexual preference, gender, and substance use. Her research area includes various HIV or hepatitis-related healthcare issues in Asian and Pacific Islanders, Transgenders, Inmates or Substance Users. She was born and raised in Japan and has been in the US since 1999. She likes to run, go to the gym, travel, chat with friends, and meet new friends in her free time.
Dal Lae Chin, RN, MSN, Ph.D.
Dal Lae Chin, RN, MSN, Ph.D., is a postdoctoral scholar in the occupational & environmental health at the UCSF School of Nursing. She recently graduated with her doctorate degree in nursing from UCSF and holds bachelor's and master's degrees from Korea University.
She has worked at Korea University Medical Emergency Center and as an occupational health nurse providing primary and urgent care as well as health assessments and management. Her research interests include social disparities in tobacco control policy and consumption; development of comprehensive smoking cessation interventions; synergistic effects of smoking and hazardous exposures on health outcomes; and secondhand smoke exposure at work and home.
Ms. Chin was born and raised in South Korea and has been living in the U.S. for almost six years. Her hobbies are playing the piano and violin, and takes great pleasure in all music.
Robert (Robby) Wallace - Clinic Administrator
Robby was born and raised in the San Francisco Peninsula where he attended Burlingame High School and completed his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Nevada – Reno in Community Health Science with a dual emphasis in Public Health and Clinical Medicine. His experience in healthcare began in private specialty practices and merged into corporate medicine, where he held a position of almost five years working in a managed care facility to aide in the expansion efforts of community based clinics to offer primary care and urgent care services to the public. In December of 2010, he chose to leave the corporate world and move into the non-profit sector to ensure the highest quality of care to those in need. His volunteer services are widespread in philanthropic work, delivering charitable time and programming efforts for Youth AIDS through his chartered Fraternity, Sigma Phi Epsilon - Nevada Alpha Chapter. He continues to be apart of his community donating time to youth recreation and is an avid supporter of HIV/AIDS and LGBTQ communities. He resides in the San Francisco Peninsula and enjoys playing outdoor sports and enduring his passion for travel.
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