Dr. Obeid is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco and a Hospitalist at the San Francisco VA Medical Center. Her clinical work includes attending on the inpatient teaching service, surgical co-management, Faculty Hospitalist Service as well as Nocturnist. Prior to joining UCSF faculty her research focused on disaster medicine and preparedness in a level I trauma center at Highland County Hospital, a part of Alameda Health Systems; her focus was on system response, multi-disciplinary disaster planning with engineering, nursing, Emergency Medicine, Trauma Surgery and Environmental Services, and hospital administration. Her main research focus as it relates to disaster medicine was conducted with ICU nursing staff.
She is the course co-director for the longitudinal Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS) curriculum for the UCSF Internal Medicine Residency and the POCUS elective, which is based in the San Francisco VA and focuses on acquisition, interpretation and integration of bedside ultrasound into sound clinical decision making.