Faisal Sayed Jehan, MD
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I speak: English
My gender: Male
Where I practice
Welcome, and thank you for visiting my Web page. I'm happy to have this chance to introduce myself and tell you about my practice. I feel fortunate to work at Kaiser Permanente because of all the wonderful colleagues and patients I get to work with, and I look forward to working with you to take care of your health care needs.
I grew up in the Midwest then moved to Southern California to finish my medical training at UC Irvine. The great weather, all the different things to do, and so much diversity all helped convince me to stay and settle here. My father is a psychiatrist and helped inspire me to become a doctor. I chose to become a retina specialist because of the amazing microsurgical techniques, laser treatments, and medical innovations used to help people maintain vision when retina conditions develop.
About my practice
People are often anxious and worried when they're told they need to see a retina specialist. Our photographers, nurses, technicians, administrators, and physicians maintain a professional, friendly, and relaxed environment to help put you at ease. Staying involved in the community by volunteering is one of the most rewarding aspects of practicing medicine. I try to give back by regularly volunteering at a community clinic in Los Angeles and performing volunteer eye surgery in Central America.
How I thrive
Working for Kaiser Permanente helps me see the value of balance in life. Outside of work I try to stay active by playing soccer, surfing, exercising at the gym, and chasing my toddler son around. Spending time with family and friends is also an important part of life that helps keep me grounded.