Meet Our Physicians
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Meet Some of Our Physicians
Dr. Stacie Vilendrer
Clinical Instructor, Population Health & Primary Care
Dr. Vilendrer is an experienced physician with a focus on healthcare delivery innovation. She's developed strong clinical experience in internal medicine, pediatrics, obstetrics, geriatrics, with focused training in integrative/functional medicine & global health. Dr. Vilenderer also has broad business experience in health technology, medical devices & entrepreneurship. She earned an MD from Stanford School of Medicine with a concentration in Health Policy and Bioinformatics as well as an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business with Certificate in Public Management & Social Innovation.
Dr. Richard Tennant
Chief, Division of Hospital Medicine
Dr. Tennant is the recipient of multiple teaching awards as a resident and attending, sharing his drive to learn in his everyday work. He is a Chief of Hospital Medicine at UCLA Olive View and Associate Program Director. His other interests are in medical education and quality improvement. He is an active fellow of the American College of Physicians, participating as a judge of poster competitions in regional meetings and attending both state and national efforts for promotion of health policy. Dr. Tennant achieved his Doctorate of Medicine from Drexel University College of Medicine in Philadelphia, PA. He completed his internship and residency in Internal Medicine at Olive View-UCLA and stayed an extra year as Chief Resident.
Dr. Nicholas Kenji Taylor
MD MSc AAHIVS
Family and Community Medicine
Dr. Taylor was born and raised in rural Kansas and Pennsylvania, the youngest of four children. He headed to the big city of Providence, RI to study Neuroscience, East Asian Studies and Entrepreneurship at Brown University. Following graduation, his short-lived career in finance took him to Los Angeles, London and Tokyo, before he decided medicine was how he could directly help others who needed it the most. He attended the University of Pennsylvania where he developed a passion for health disparities, social justice and community medicine in West Philadelphia. As a medical student, he founded the nationally-recognized Cut Hypertension Program (www.cuthypertension.org), a blood pressure screening, education and referral program partnered with African American barbershops. He completed residency and chief residency at UCSF prior to joining the Stanford faculty and Stanford-Intermountain Fellowship in Population Health, Delivery Science, and Primary Care.