Noshin Najafi, MD
I speak: English, Farsi
My gender: Female
Where I practice
I was born in a big city in Iran, and graduated from Iran University of Medical Sciences. I completed my residency in family medicine at the University of Florida, and I consider it a privilege and a pleasure to work in the medical field. My husband is an engineer, and he graduated from Florida Institute of Technology. We have two daughters and one son.
About my practice
I work as a primary care physician in the Ambulatory Medicine Department at Kaiser Permanente. I am fortunate to work with some great people who help me provide high-quality care to our members on a daily basis. Philosophically, my practice is oriented toward educating people to help them make their own decisions about their care. Traditionally, primary care medicine is about providing preventive medicine and continuation of care to patients. I believe that part of my job as a physician is to educate my patients about their health since I think that our worst foe is the unknown.
How I thrive
My life is fully dedicated to my family and my patients. I am thankful for all of the opportunities that I have been granted: to be a mother to my children, a wife to my husband and a dedicated physician to my patients. I try to enjoy my life because I am blessed with a wonderful family. In addition to my clinical practice, I am trying to raise well-rounded children to serve their community and society. I also love classical music, reading books and exercise.