Meet Our Team
Sarita Khemani, MD
Dr. Khemani is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Division of Hospital Medicine at Stanford University Medical School. She is passionate about patient care and medical education. Her clinical responsibilities involve perioperative medical management of Neurosurgery, Orthopedics and Colorectal surgery patients. She is actively involved in the teaching of neurosurgery and medicine residents. Dr. Khemani is the director of perioperative medicine elective rotation for the medical residents. As part of the Practice of Medicine course, she does bedside teaching sessions with second year medical students. She frequently presents at the resident noon conferences and physician assistant student lecture series. In addition, she mentors students and residents regarding professional opportunities.
Eva Weinlander, MD
Dr. Weinlander is a Clinical Professor of Family Medicine in the Division of Primary Care and Population Health at Stanford University Medical School. She takes care of patients throughout the lifespan from newborns to age 103, through health and illness. She has a passion for teaching and works side by side medical students in clinic and in the classroom. She has directed and teaches in the Family Medicine Core Clerkship and has been an end of clerkship examiner. She directs the Clinical Continuity of Care Clerkship, and the Medical Scientist Masters and PhD Training Program Skills Acquisition and Maintenance Elective. Additionally she is the director of the annual McGann Women and Health lecture series for Stanford medical students and undergrads. She has been an invited guest speaker on Optimizing Wellness in the community. She is on faculty with the Center for Mind Body Medicine, is involved in research on physician wellness and burnout and more recently has been appointed Director of Faculty Wellness for the Division of Primary Care and Population Health. And she especially loves working with the Stanford-CSI community!
Medical Education Coordinator
Kimya Stidum is the Program Coordinator for Medical Education in the Division of Primary Care and Population Health. She works directly with the Section Chief for Medical Education and division leadership on projects and programs in the division. She is also the Clerkship Coordinator for the Continuity of Care Clerkship for clinical level medical students. She has taught high school math and worked in adult education. Kimya holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from San Diego State University.