Patricia Ann Calimlim, MD
PGY-4

Hometown: Corona, CA
Undergraduate School: University of California, Los Angeles
Medical School: St. George's University, School of Medicine
Residency Training: Chicago Medical School at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine & Science
How I Thrive: I strongly believe in spiritual health as much as mental and physical well-being. I thrive by surrounding myself with positive people who share similar optimism and values, which I find especially important in the climate we live in currently. I also try to exercise patience in navigating shortcomings in both myself and in others.
About Me: I am so utterly thrilled to back in my home, Southern California. I love trying new foods, going for road trips, and exploring new trails with my dogs. Traffic honestly does not bother me, but I am grateful for those surprisingly shorter commutes from inland to beach or to the mountains.

Gaurav Kumar, MD
PGY-4

Hometown: Union City, CA
Undergraduate School: University of California, Berkeley
Medical School: St. George's University
Residency Training: Chicago Medical School at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine & Science
How I Thrive: I thrive by spending my free time hiking, camping, playing basketball, and cooking.
About Me: I grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area. During medical school, I did my rotations in Southern California and fell in love with the area. I am passionate about volunteering and serving the underserved communities. Psychiatry is a profession in which I can continue to work with the underserved and socioeconomically disadvantaged communities, and training at Kaiser Permanente allows me to see patients from all walks of life. My academic interests include psychotic disorders and first break psychosis.

Theresa Portugal, DO
PGY-4

Medical School: Western University of Health Sciences of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific
Residency Training: Kaiser Permanente, Fontana Medical Center

Natasha Cortes, DO
PGY-5, Chief Fellow

Hometown: Placentia, CA
Medical School: Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine
Residency Training: Kaiser Permanente Fontana
How I Thrive: I love being outdoors, whether camping, hiking, or jogging the Claremont Loop. Spending time with my family and friends keeps me young at heart. For me, laughter really is the best medicine. About me: I enjoy traveling and learning about different cultures, singing, dancing, tasting new cuisines, and trying new experiences. I am eager to create new traditions with the next fellowship class, and will continue recruiting others to join the exciting and rewarding field of child psychiatry.
About Me: I am a Southern California native, raised in Inland Empire and Orange County. After completing my undergraduate years at UC Irvine, I completed medical school at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Although the sunny beaches and vibrant Floridian culture were enticing me to stay, I moved back home to California to be closer to friends and family, where I began Psychiatry residency at Kaiser Permanente Fontana. I was honored to be part of the first class of Kaiser Psychiatry residents, pioneering the way for future residents to be involved with a program that fosters evidenced based medicine and focuses on patient centered care in a multi disciplinary environment. My role as Chief Resident for the 2016-2017 academic year was to be a liaison between residents and faculty, with resident education being the driving force towards positive changes in an ever growing program.In addition to a paramount educational experience, I am most grateful for the lasting friendships I have created with my co-residents and faculty. With the support of my Kaiser residency family, I am now part of the vanguard class of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellows to serve children and families, instill hope, and advocate for mental wellness.I enjoy spending time with my loved ones, traveling and learning about different cultures, singing, dancing, tasting new cuisines, and jogging outdoors. I am eager to create new traditions with the next fellowship class, and will continue recruiting others to join this exciting and rewarding field.