Dr. Ahsan Sohel
Dr. Linda Asante-Ackuayi
Dr. Eugene Kercher
Dr. Ahmed Abouesh
Dr. Angie Yu
Dr. Yu works as a Collaborative Care psychiatrist in Adult & Family Medicine department at Kaiser Permanente in South Sacramento. She has developed and oversees a novel multi-disciplinary clinic for major neurocognitive disorders. She serves as volunteer clinical faculty at UC Davis and precepts for the ACE-PC (Accelerated Competency-based Education in Primary Care) medical student program and the integrated care elective for Internal Medicine/Psychiatry residents. In addition, she is a mentor in the UC Davis/UC Irvine Train New Trainers Primary Care Psychiatry program where she helps primary care physicians achieve psychiatric competency in primary care settings.
Dr. Abdolreza Saadabadi
I completed my psychiatry residency and child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship at UCLA-Kern program and became boarded certified in both adult and child psychiatry in 2013 and 2014. Since my graduation, I have been the teaching faculty at UCLA Kern and Kaweah Delta Psychiatry Residency program. Currently I am the chair of Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine Department and Medical Director at Kaweah Delta Heathcare District in Visalia and Supervising faculty at UCLA-Kern Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship Program. I also received my board certification in Addiction Medicine in 2017. My involvement in CCPS started as member in training representative and after graduation I became chair of Early Career psychiatrist Committee. I really enjoyed being part of CCPS to advocate for our patients with mental health disorders in Central Valley and enhancing learning opportunities for our residents, fellow and colleagues at CCPS. It is my pleasure to serve our community in any capacity and being part of CCPS family.
Sabrina Silva-McKenzie, MD is a graduate of UC Davis combined family medicine and psychiatry residency program and is board certified in both general psychiatry and family medicine. She has been employed by UC Davis Health in the UC Davis Medical Group since 2016, working as a consultative outpatient psychiatrist in a collaborative care program in the primary care network as well as working as a full-scope outpatient family physician. As a highlight of her work, she continues to practice obstetrics as a family medicine provider including prenatal care, labor and delivery, and postpartum care for mothers and their infants and children. She has a particular interest in evaluation and management of mental health disorders in women, particularly in the menarchal, peripartum, and perimenopausal periods of life. Dr. Silva-McKenzie also enjoys teaching and has worked as precepting faculty in the Department of Family Medicine Residency Program, as well as in her clinics with medical students, allied health students, general psychiatry residents, and family medicine residents.