Hospice & Palliative Medicine In the Division of General Medical Disciplines

2010 Fellows

Dr. Hellen Kim is an internist and primary care physician. She graduated from the University of California at Irvine School of Medicine. She completed her internal medicine internship at Cedar Sinai Medical Center and residency at California Pacific Medical Center. She has been working as a primary care physician at Kaiser Permanente South San Francisco. Her area of interest is the role of palliative care medicine in health care policy.

Dr. Domingo L. Maynes III is an internist who is originally from Silver City, NM. He graduated from Indiana University School of Medicine and completed his internal medicine residency at the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, AZ. He has decided to perform a subspecialty fellowship in hospice and palliative medicine at Stanford University. He is active in his church as a youth mentor and also has participated in medical missions to Mexico, Honduras and the Dominican Republic since attending the University of Notre Dame in his undergraduate career. He is interested in health care disparities and barriers to treatment within the Hispanic and underserved communities abroad.

Dr. Tom Mouser graduated from Michigan State University with his bachelors in science and physiology. After completion of his undergraduate studies, he attended the Medical College of Ohio in Toledo, Ohio for his medical degree. Upon completion of medical school he completed residency in internal medicine at the University of Iowa in Des Moines. Dr. Mouser has been practicing as a board certified internist since September of 2008. Upon completion of fellowship, Dr. Mouser will be returning to Des Moines as the executive medical director of Hospice of Central Iowa.

Dr. Quy Tran is an Internist and Oncologist. He received Bachelor of Science degrees in Biological Sciences and Civil Engineering at the University of California at Davis and he graduated from the University of California at San Francisco Medical School. He completed an Internal Medicine Residency and Chief Resident year at the University of California at Davis. He also recently completed an Oncology Fellowship at the University of California at Davis. Recent honors include the UC San Francisco Annual Student Service Award, UC Davis Vice Chancellorís Annual Housestaff Award, and the Department of Veteran Affairs Commendation. His scholarly and research interests include aspects of Supportive Oncology, Simultaneous Care, and Palliative Care of the Advanced Cancer Patient. He has recently published in the American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine and Journal of Supportive Oncology, and has presented posters at conferences such as the Annual Chicago Supportive Oncology Conference.

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