Mary Eno, MD
I speak: English
My gender: Female
Where I practice
Welcome to my Web page. I’m happy to have this chance to introduce myself to you and tell you about my practice. I find working at Kaiser Permanente very fulfilling because of my wonderful colleagues and the opportunity it provides for me to make a positive difference in my patients’ lives.
I grew up on the East Coast, and migrated to Southern California after medical school to enjoy the beaches and the sunny weather. I started working with Kaiser Permanente in 2003 as a resident physician in family medicine, and now I work as an addiction physician.
About my practice
Are you concerned that you or someone you love may have a problem with drugs or alcohol? Trying to quit or cut back can be difficult. Addiction is a chronic illness that is characterized by continued use of alcohol or other drugs despite adverse consequences. Many people with addiction have lost control over when to say “no” or when to say “enough.” People who are experiencing problems from using drugs or alcohol (hangovers, blackouts, missing work, family stress, etc.) might benefit from help at our Department of Addiction Medicine. Like any other disease, addiction and alcoholism should be treated with scientifically based therapies and medication. A consultation with me could help determine whether or not one’s use of alcohol or drugs has become problematic. If it has, then an individualized plan can be formulated to get that person back on track. That plan may include individual therapy, group counseling, detoxification, and/or medication.
How I thrive
I thrive by running on the beach, practicing yoga, and, most importantly, spending time with my family.