Alicia M. Ahn MD
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I will miss *Dr. Ahn, she is a great doctor, we will have a hard time replacing her. We wish her the very best.

September 30, 2015

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We have been very pleased with Dr. Ahn and are disappointed that she is leaving but appreciated her giving us the name of a new provider for us.

September 22, 2015

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*Dr. Ahn is an AMAZING doctor!!

September 22, 2015

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Sorry she is leaving for another department. Excellent primary care provider, couldn't be better.

September 08, 2015

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good

September 03, 2015

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I was born and raised in Southern California but ventured to the East Coast for college. I tried to settle back into Southern California after New England, but it no longer felt like home. That's when I found the Pacific Northwest and have never wanted to leave! I attended Oregon Health & Science University for medical school and residency in internal medicine. I chose internal medicine because I enjoy the challenge of being a generalist; I know quite a bit about the entire body but am not an expert in any one area. I also feel compelled to be very thorough and to follow up on issues--which comes in handy for medicine!

About my practice

In my early days with Kaiser Permanente, I worked as a primary care provider at the Tualatin clinic. It was the ultimate honor and privilege to be a primary care provider; I loved the intellectual challenge of complex medical care, but even more, I loved advocating for members and making sure that my specialty colleagues understood how my patients were doing. Eventually, I realized that complex care and geriatrics are really my calling, so I made the difficult decision to leave primary care and my wonderful panel of patients. Now I take care of members who are in skilled nursing facilities for brief stays after hospital visits and before they are well enough to return home. I also oversee our home health nurses and therapists who provide skilled care in patients' homes. Every day when I come to work I am thankful for my colleagues and for Kaiser Permanente's terrific technological resources that enable me to help provide and coordinate care for our members.

How I thrive

I enjoy the Pacific Northwest for its outdoors, its food and restaurant scene, and its arts and culture. I also really enjoy the fact that we can travel short distances in our region and see amazing places. I look forward to doing volunteer work in the future and hope to work for a pantry that supplies basics to our local underserved population, regardless of race, religion, residence, or citizenship.

Medical School ?

Oregon Health Sciences University School of Medicine
Portland

Medical Training ?

Internal Medicine
Oregon Health & Science University
Portland OR

Board Certification ?

Internal Medicine
American Board of Internal Medicine