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Shahla Sadighian M.D.

Shahla Sadighian M.D.

(714) 524-3880
Primary Specialties
  • Internal Medicine
  • Affiliations
    St. Jude Affiliated Physician
    Practice Started
    1992
    Additional Languages Spoken
    Farsi, Turkish
    Primary Office
    1275 N. Rose Drive, Suite 126
    Placentia, CA 92870
    Fax:
    (714) 524-3884
    Hours:
    Monday
    9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
    Tuesday & Thursday
    7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
    Friday
    7:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

    Web Page:
    www.stjudeaffiliatedphysicians.org

    Experience & Education

    Education
    Medical School
    Shiraz School of Medicine, Shiraz, Iran

    Internship
    Yale - New Haven Med. Ctr., New Haven, CT

    Residency
    Yale - New Haven Med. Ctr., New Haven, CT
    Areas of Expertise
    Internal Medicine

    Insurance Information

    Insurance ID Numbers

    Aetna: 312872
    Blue Cross: 0DL062
    Blue Shield: 00A534330
    Blue Shield 65+: CH0257
    CIGNA: 5270779008
    Health Net: 3206049698
    Health Net Seniority Plus: 5150049698
    SCAN: 865-28717
    United Healthcare ( Pacificare / Secure Horizons): 183440049

    Physician Bio

    My patients range in age from teenagers to great-grandmothers, and it gives me great joy to help each of them live long, healthy and vibrant lives. I recently had a patient tell me that she knew no matter what health crisis she faced, I would be at her side protecting her. That's exactly what I want all of my patients to be confident in: that I am at their side, looking after them, working with them to achieve the very best outcome.

    Prevention is important for all ages, so when a patient comes to see me it is a priority to make certain that, from head-to-toe, we're doing everything possible to improve or maintain their health.

    I treat my patients as if they were my own daughter, sister, mother or father. While many use this expression as gimmick, for me, it simply describes the only way I know to provide care: with my whole heart. For instance, when a patient told me she didn't understand the directions she had been given by her kidney specialist, I called the specialist, put him on speaker phone and the three of us walked through everything she needed to do. To help ensure a patient's health and well-being, I am happy to go the extra mile.

    Areas of Interest

    Diabetes; geriatrics; thyroid disorders; women's health, including hormone management