Internal Medicine/Psychiatry Residency Graduates
Matt Adams, M.D., Class of 2023
Dr. Adams provides medical and psychiatric care for a substance use disorder treatment program at Kaiser in Sacramento. He will continue teaching our combined residents and internal medicine residents.
James Tur, M.D., Class of 2023
Dr. Tur is a volunteer clinical faculty at UC Davis. He works as a hospitalist in a rural area (Bishop) and works with underserved patients in multiple contract positions in Sacramento. Finally, he is starting a private psychotherapy practice.
Luther Arms, M.D., Class of 2022
Dr. Arms is faculty at UCSF where he directs integrated care at SF General Clinic and provides psychiatric care at CitiWide for patients with the most serious mental illness.
Joseph Kim, M.D., Class of 2022
Dr. Kim is faculty at Albert Einstein/Montefiore where he works as a hospitalist and consult-liason psychiatrist and is developing a model for inpatient med/psych care.
Simone Lew, M.D., M.S., Class of 2021
Dr. Lew joined the faculty at UC Davis continuing to work with residents and students. Her clinical practice is at the Sacramento County Jail doing inpatient/outpatient Psychiatry and general medical care at Sacramento County Mental Health Treatment Center.
Eleasa Sokolski, M.D., Class of 2021
Dr. Sokolski completed addiction medicine fellowship at Oregon Health and Science University where she is now faculty. She uses her combined training to integrate primary care and psychiatry with treating substance use disorders.
Philippe Levy, M.D., Class of 2021
Dr. Levy is developing models for primary care/psychiatry integration as well as providing medical consultation for mental health providers with Lifestance Health. His practice also includes psychiatric medication management and psychotherapy via telehealth.
Christine Kho, M.D., Class of 2020
Dr. Kho started a new practice of integrated psychiatry and primary care at a large FQHC (AltaMed) in Los Angeles, where she is developing new mental healthcare services. She also teaches psychiatry to primary care attendings, residents, and nurse practitioner.
Jeremy DeMartini, M.D., Class of 2018
Dr. DeMartini is an assistant professor and training director of the Internal Medicine/Psychiatry Residency Training program at UC Davis. His clinician-educator practice includes primary and urgent care for patients with serious mental illness, and collaborative/integrated psychiatric care.
Chinonyerem Okwara, M.D., Class of 2017
Dr. Okwara supervises residents in outpatient psychopharmacology and psychotherapy as well as psychosomatics and psycho-oncology at Baylor Scott and White Healthcare in central Texas.
Lindsey Enoch, M.D., Class of 2017
Dr. Enoch is an assistant professor of internal medicine and psychiatry at the University of Washington. Her clinical time is divided between primary care, outpatient collaborative care consultation and telepsychiatry. She also oversees multidisciplinary teams that provide mental healthcare to underserved areas and teaches in the integrated care fellowship.
Angie Yu, M.D., Class of 2016
Dr. Yu works as a collaborative care psychiatrist in primary care at Kaiser Permanente in south Sacramento. She also developed a novel multi-disciplinary clinic for major neurocognitive disorders. In addition, she is a preceptor for the ACE-PC (Accelerated Competency-based Education in Primary Care) medical student program and the integrated care elective for UC Davis residents.
Aleea Maye, M.D., Class of 2016
Dr. Maye practices outpatient internal medicine, psychiatry, and geriatrics in Chesapeake, VA.
Matthew Reed, M.D., M.S.P.H., Class of 2015
Dr. Reed completed the Pain Medicine Fellowship at UC Davis. He is the former Associate Psychiatry Program Director, Director of Consultation and Liaison Psychiatry, and Director of Education for the Train New Trainers Primary Care Psychiatry Fellowship at UC Irvine. He now practices psychiatry and pain medicine at Hoag Hospital in Orange County.
David Hsu, M.D., Class of 2013
Dr. Hsu completed the Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and now practices at Dignity Health in Sacramento, CA.
Margaret Leung, M.D., Class of 2012
Dr. Leung completed the Hospice and Palliative Care Fellowship at Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital and now practices at Kaiser Permanente, in Roseville, CA.