Aradhana Ghosh, M.D.Medical Reviewer
Aradhana Ghosh is a medical oncologist in San Francisco. She received her medical degree from Albany Medical College and completed an internal medicine residency at Temple University Hospital. Dr. Ghosh then underwent her hematology-oncology fellowship training at New York Hospital Cornell before moving to San Francisco to join a group practice at Kaiser Permanente where she took care of patients with all cancer types and blood disorders for a number of years.
Dr. Ghosh remains in San Francisco and has served as a hospital executive as well as a clinical consultant for several health tech and digital health companies. She is currently working to advance the Triple Aim of decreasing cost, improving outcomes, and increasing engagement for cancer patients.
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