Donald Ho, MD

Medical School:
UCLA, School of Medicine
Internship & Residency (Internal Medicine):
UCLA, Hospitals & Clinics
Fellowship & Residency (Pulmonary):
UCLA Hospitals & Clinics
Board Certifications: 
Internal Medicine
Pulmonary Disease

After completing his medical training at UCLA (medical school, residency, and fellowship training) Dr. Donald Ho returned to the Bay Area, where he grew up , and resettled in San Mateo County. As the first critical-care trained pulmonologist at Peninsula Hospital, Dr. Ho initially focused his efforts to develop a hospital-based practice in pulmonary medicine. He became the ICU Medical Director at Peninsula Hospital in 1988, and continued at that capacity for the next 25+ years. He stepped-down as Medical Director, in 2016, to transition his medical practice primarily to the area of outpatient pulmonary medicine. His major interests includes asthma and infectious diseases of the lung with emphasis on early diagnosis and treatment in order to prevent hospitalizations and later complications. He is enjoying the different challenges of outpatient medicine. 

Dr. Ho's nonmedical interests includes photography and travels with his wife, family, and friends. A sample of his travel photography is on display in the office. 

 

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BERNARD STEYER, MD

Medical School: 
Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Internship & Residency (Internal Medicine): 
University of Arizona, Health Sciences Center
Fellowship & Residency
University of Arizona, Health Sciences Center
Board Certifications: 
Internal Medicine
Pulmonary Disease
Critical Care Medicine

Dr. Steyer graduated from Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia in 1978. He completed his residency in internal medicine and fellowship in pulmonary disease at the University of Arizona Medical Center and has been in independent group practice with Pulmonary Associates, since 1984. He is board certified in internal medicine, pulmonary disease and critical care.


Lawrence Coskey, MD

Medical School: 
University of Michigan Medical School
Internship & Residency (Internal Medicine):
Harbor - UCLA Medical Center, Torrance, CA
Fellowship (Pulmonary & Critical Care): 
UCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA
Board Certifications: 
Internal Medicine
Pulmonary Disease
Critical Care Medicine

Dr. Coskey attended the University of Michigan as an undergraduate and for medical school before moving to California. He completed his pulmonary and critical care fellowship at UCLA in 1993, and has enjoyed living and working in the Bay Area since then. He enjoys practicing internal medicine, pulmonary and critical care medicine. He has a particular interest in asthma/COPD, lung cancer and interstitial lung disease. Dr. Coskey is the medical director of the pulmonary rehabilitation program at Mills Peninsula Hospital and enjoys working with patients with chronic lung disease through this program.


Robert Jasmer, MD

Medical School: 
Washington University School of Medicine
Internship & Residency (Internal Medicine):
Stanford University, Dept. of Medicine
Chief Resident:
Stanford University School of Medicine, Dept. of Medicine
Fellowship (Pulmonary Disease & Critical Care Medicine): 
University of San Francisco (UCSF) Medical Center, Dept. of Medicine
Research Fellowship:
Cardiovascular Research Institute, UCSF
Board Certifications:
Internal Medicine
Pulmonary Disease
Critical Care Medicine

Dr. Robert Jasmer received his BA from Harvard in 1986 and MD from Washington University in 1990. After internship, residency, and chief residency at Stanford, he became a pulmonary and critical care fellow at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), then joined the faculty there in 1997.

Dr. Jasmer served as the Associate Program Director for the Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Training Program at UCSF and directed the UCSF Pulmonary and Critical Care CME Program and was also the co-director of the medical intensive care unit at San Francisco General Hospital for 9 years. He has published more than 30 peer-reviewed research studies, and written 11 books or chapters on various topics in pulmonary diseases and critical care medicine. 

In 2006, Dr. Jasmer went into private practice in Burlingame, California. He has special interests in interstitial lung disease, pulmonary infections, and obstructive lung disease. His favorite part of practice is the long-term personal relationships he develops with his patients. 

Dr. Jasmer is married and has a daughter and twin sons. In his personal time, he enjoys spending time with his family, trying out new restaurants, playing tennis and keeping up with his children's busy sports schedules. 


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Charles Everett, MD, MAS

Medical School: 
Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons
Internship (Internal Medicine): 
University of California, San Francisco
Residency (Internal Medicine): 
University of California, San Francisco
Chief Residency (Internal Medicine):
UCSF Medical Center, Dept. of Medicine
Fellowship (Pulmonary & Critical Care):
University of California, San Francisco
Board Certifications: 
Internal Medicine
Pulmonary Disease
Critical Care Medicine 

Dr. Everett enjoys living and practicing medicine in the Bay Area since 2005. While a fellow at UCSF, he did research on tuberculosis in Kampala, Uganda. These days, all his energies are focused close to home; he has a particular interest in asthma, interstitial lung disease, and pulmonary hypertension, plus performs interventional bronchoscopy with endobronchial ultrasound. Dr. Everett also currently serves as a "Sepsis Champion" and Director of Critical Care Services at Mills-Peninsula Hospital.


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Alexander Zider, MD

Medical School: 
Tufts University School of Medicine
Internship (Internal Medicine): 
University of California, Los Angeles
Residency (Internal Medicine): 
University of California, Los Angeles
Chief Residency (Internal Medicine):
University of California, Los Angeles, Department of Medicine
Fellowship (Pulmonary & Critical Care):
University of California, Los Angeles
Board Certifications: 
Internal Medicine
Pulmonary Disease
Critical Care Medicine, Board Eligible

Dr. Zider is a San Francisco native who finally returned to the Bay Area in 2017. After a lengthy educational stint on the East Coast, where he went to Princeton as an undergraduate and Tufts for medical school, he returned to California in 2010. After residency and a year as a chief resident, he became a pulmonary and critical care fellow at UCLA. Through research and his clinical training he gained additional knowledge and experience in COPD, interstitial lung disease, and pulmonary hypertension; he is also interested in asthma and lung cancer. He is able to perform bronchoscopy with endobronchial ultrasound. 

During his free time, he enjoys traveling with his wife, photography, and outdoor activities.