Dr. Parhar is a primary care physician at the Northwest Primary Care practice. She has worked in a variety of community settings, including both rural / urban hospitals and clinics. Her expertise is in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of adult diseases.
She has been with the Northwest Primary Care practice since August 2014. Patient education about disease outcome and prevention is one of her primary goals. She is also a member of clinical faculty teaching medical students at the University of Washington Medical School.
She received her bachelor’s degree in classical and near Eastern studies at Creighton University. Her interest in global health led her to pursue her medical degree at Kasturba Medical College in Karnataka, India. She completed her internal medicine residency at the Rosalind Franklin University in Chicago, Illinois.
She is a member of the American College of Physicians and board certified in internal medicine.
Patient Care Philosophy
I am passionate about pursuing long-term health goals with my patients and their families. I believe the best care stems from a foundation of trust and open communication in a supportive environment. My personal aim is to provide the highest quality of care by using evidence-based medicine to do what is best for each individual patient.
Public health; patient education; preventive medicine; medical student education.
Clinical research in Alzheimer’s disease and osteoporosis.
|University of California - Davis||Other Education|
|Rosalind Franklin University||Internship||2011|
|Rosalind Franklin University||Residency||2013|
|Kasturba Medical College (India)||Medical education||2009|
|MD||Kasturba Medical College||2009|
|American Board of Internal Medicine||Internal Medicine||2014|