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Lisa Ochoa-Frongia, MD

TitleAssistant Professor
SchoolUCSF School of Medicine
DepartmentMedicine
Address1001 Potrero Ave
San Francisco CA 94110
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    UCSFInternal Medicine Residency Program 2014San Francisco Primary Care Track
    Mount Sinai School of Medicine M.D. 2011
    Princeton University Bachelor of Arts 2005Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

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    Lisa Ochoa-Frongia is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at UCSF, in the Division of General Internal Medicine at San Francisco General Hospital. Dr. Ochoa-Frongia is a clinician-educator and devotes the majority of her efforts to patient care and teaching. She teaches UCSF Internal Medicine Residents and medical students the principles and practices of providing primary care to medically and socially complex, vulnerable and underserved patient populations. Dr. Ochoa-Frongia manages a panel of her own primary care patients in the Richard H. Fine People's Clinic. Dr. Ochoa-Frongia is currently studying best practices in the treatment of anxiety and depression in the ambulatory setting, and the optimization of physician use of electronic health records.


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    1. Ochoa-Frongia L, Thompson HS, Lewis-Kelly Y, Deans-McFarlane T, Jandorf L. Breast and cervical cancer screening and health beliefs among African American women attending educational programs. Health Promot Pract. 2012 Jul; 13(4):447-53. PMID: 21451008.
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    2. McLaughlin SA, Ochoa-Frongia LM, Patil SM, Cody HS, Sclafani LM. Influence of frozen-section analysis of sentinel lymph node and lumpectomy margin status on reoperation rates in patients undergoing breast-conservation therapy. J Am Coll Surg. 2008 Jan; 206(1):76-82. PMID: 18155571.
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