Dr. Yusra N. Hussain
An Experienced Caregiver
Experience: Dr. Hussain has 14 years of experience in General Internal Medicine
and Geriatrics. She worked as a faculty at Stanford Medical School from 2004-
2014. She also served as the Director for Senior Care Center at Stanford School
of Medicine and the Director for Aging Adults Services at Stanford Hospital. Dr.
Hussain is currently an Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor at Stanford School of Medicine.
Education: Yusra Hussain received her M.D. from MCP Hahnemann School of
Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Now Drexel University College of
Medicine) and received her Geriatric specialty at Stanford School of Medicine.
Being a primary care physician, she is qualified to follow any adult patient 21 and above but she is particularly skilled with seniors.
Involvement: Dr. Hussain is also serving as the Medical Director for the Vi at Palo Alto and the Medical Director for HCR Manor Care in Sunnyvale.
Breadth: Dr. Hussain practiced medicine in a variety of settings, Clinic, Hospital,
Home Health, Assisted Living, Memory Support and Skilled Nursing Facility.
Medical and staff Education: Dr. Hussain is involved in the medical education as well as the Geriatric fellowship program at Stanford where every year young doctors graduate to be future leaders in healthcare. Dr. Hussain is also involved in geriatric nursing education at Stanford.
Clinical Research: Dr. Hussain believes that clinical research is a big part of any successful clinical practice as it helps the doctor maintain a keen eye for complex problems and look for solutions that can benefit her patients and humanity at large. Dr. Hussain has taken part in couple of NIH sponsored clinical trials in the past and is actively the lead physician in another trial.
International presence: Dr. Hussain has been involved in medical education of international fellows in geriatrics and is also had done few clinical presentations in her field of medicine at international conferences like the PMWC (Personalized Medicine World Conference).