Meet Our Resident Faculty
Nelson Dalla Tor MD
Dr. Dalla Tor graduated from the University of California, School of Medicine, at Los Angeles in 1996 and completed a Family Medicine Residency at Kaiser Woodland Hills in 1999. After residency, he worked for Kaiser Permanente where he practiced primary care, urgent care, and inpatient medicine. After 7 years of experience, he decided to enter the teaching field in family practice. He currently enjoys practicing and teaching inpatient and outpatient medicine. He is now responsible for co-developing a Palliative Care/Home Care Visit Program for the residency.
Amber Lin MD
As an eight-year-old, Dr. Amber Lin heard about people in Africa dying from easily treated diseases and decided to become a doctor in order to help. Dr. Lin chose to specialize in Family Medicine during her medical school OB/Gyn rotation when she discovered the joy and challenge of treating both babies and adults. “No two days are similar,” Dr. Lin explains. “As a Family Medicine practitioner, I can get to know an entire family as if they’re my own.” Dr. Lin has an interest in Tropical Medicine and Global Health. She loves music, singing and hip-hop dance.
Ana Bejinez-Eastman MD
Ana Bejinez-Eastman MD likes science so much that she pursued it as a profession and became a physician specializing in family medicine. She says this specialty give her the opportunity to interact with patients of all ages and the flexibility to achieve work-life balance.
She has a particular interest in public health and health care for all. While living in Northern California, she served very marginalized populations, Native Americans and migrant workers. It made her realize the impact that lack of affordable healthcare, poor access to medications and inadequate healthcare literacy had on outcomes. She hopes that her compassion and interest in improving outcomes for these groups would carry over to her students and residents and encourage others to spend some time caring for the underserved.
Beth Silvey LCSW
Beth has worked in healthcare since she graduated from the University of Southern California (USC) with a Master’s in Social Work in 1996. She was licensed in 2000 and also has an advanced certification in palliative care. Beth has extensive healthcare experience in many different settings including LTAC, trauma and cancer centers. She also has many years of experience teaching students and has been an adjunct professor at Azusa Pacific University. Beth has been a part of the PIH Health Family Residency program in her current role since 2017. Her hobbies include acting, dancing and hanging out with her husband and two kids.
Kathleen Barry MD - Family Medicine
Randy Holmes MD - Family Medicine/Addiction Medicine
Tim Howell MD - Family Medicine/Hospitalist/Informatics Medical Director
Sacha Kang MD - ObGyn Faculty
Warren Woo MD - Family Medicine
Davis Lee MD - Pediatrics Faculty/Medical Information Officer
Bashir Shaw MD - Internal Medicine/Hospice Care