Farnoosh Taghadosi, M.D.
Dr. Taghadosi is an Internal Medicine Attending Physician with the Stanford Hospitalist Medical Group at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. She is board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine. She completed her Internal Medicine training at Mercer University School of Medicine and Memorial University Medical Center in Savannah, GA.
During her training, she developed a passion for hospitalist medicine and caring for the critically ill. An interest in administrative medicine lead her to serve on multiple committees including the Georgia American College of Physicians Residency Council, the Program Evaluation Committee, and the Education and Curriculum Committee. She has been involved in numerous scholarly activities and quality improvement projects throughout her residency, including a research project implementing a protocol to discuss and document patient wishes and values in regard to end of life care as a part of the outpatient annual physical exam which won first place at a regional conference.
Dr. Taghadosi is originally from Houston, Texas where she graduated with honors from the University of St. Thomas. Her hobbies include travel, exercise, hiking, painting, dancing and trying new restaurants.