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One of the unique things about Dr. Roya Rakhshani and OriGYN is that she offers services geared to the different stages of her patients’ lives.
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Meet Roya Rakhshani, MD

One of the unique things about Dr. Roya Rakhshani and OriGYN is that she offers services geared to the different stages of her patients’ lives.

 

As a highly experienced and board-certified OB/GYN physician, Dr. Rakhshani has had the privilege of being part of her patients’ lives at some of the most important moments of their lives.

 

Because of her love for her patients and desire to help them at every stage of their lives, Dr. Rakhshani expanded her practice to include certain aspects of laser skin treatments.

 

“I chose to expand into Aesthetic Medicine because I wanted to be able to offer my patients what they need to feel happy about themselves,” Dr. Rakhshani said. “I love how excited and happy patients are when they see what we can offer them to help them look and feel better!”

 

A highly educated and highly credentialed physician, Dr. Rakhshani is not only board certified in obstetrics and gynecology, but she also has advanced training in laser skin aesthetic and body contouring procedures. She also has advanced training in robotic surgery.

 

Dr. Rakhshani is an active staff member at Hoag Memorial, Orange Coast Memorial Medical Center, and Fountain Valley Regional Hospital. At Fountain Valley Regional, she served as the OB/GYN department chief, chaired the Qualify of Patient Care Committee, and served on various other committees. Her qualifications also include:

 

Besides getting the best medical care, Dr. Rakhshani’s patients can also depend on personal care as well.

 

“My philosophy is that patients deserve to be treated with kindness, respect, and dignity,” said Dr. Rakhshani. “Patients are often scared or nervous about their conditions, and the last thing they should be worried about is how they are treated by staff and the physician.”

 

Dr. Rakshani is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including Fountain Valley Regional Hospital and Medical Center and Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian. She received her medical degree from Keck School of Medicine of USC and has been in practice for more than 20 years.