DEEPA SELVAKUMAR MD FACP, Dip ABLM
After 12 years as a hospital medicine physician, I realized many hospital admissions and disease were preventable. This spurred my interest in primary care as the ground zero of health care.
I completed my internal medicine training at Yale in 2005 and am currently on staff at Mills Peninsula Medical Center. I am Board Certified in Internal Medicine and recently have become a Diplomate of the American Board of Lifestyle Medicine.
Born in Sri Lanka, my family moved to England and Canada before settling down in Southern California. I live in San Mateo with my husband and two young daughters. I absolutely love babies, food and pre-COVID, could be found at the Farmer's Market or the playground.
I graduated from the Certified Medical Assistant program at De Anza College in 2017. I am bilingual and speak English and Spanish. I fell in love with internal medicine while completing my externship at San Mateo Primary Care. I discovered that this field allows me to learn something new everyday.
While away from the office I enjoy cooking and trying new recipes. I also enjoy traveling, listening to music and spending time with my family.
CINDI GILL RN
I was born in San Mateo and have been a native of the Bay Area. I graduated from the University of San Francisco Nursing school and have had a diverse nursing career. I have recently worked as an RN Case Manager at an acute hospital for 15 years, am palliative certified, worked as a director of a palliative home health agency, and was the Director of an inpatient hospice facility including being the administrator of the RCFE. I am married, have three adult children, and currently pursuing my master’s in nursing and AGFNP.