Dr. Khaira was born in India and spent his childhood growing up in California's central valley. He graduated from Ross University Medical School in Dominica, and completed his internship year of residency at Metro Health Medical Center, a Case Western Reserve affiliated program in Cleveland, Ohio. After his first snow-filled winter, Dr. Khaira left Cleveland for the warmer climate of Loma Linda, CA. After completing his residency training in 2003 at Loma Linda University Medical Center in Southern California, he moved to the Bay Area and began his private practice career in Alameda.
Dr. Khaira has been in private practice in Alameda since 2003. He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, and is on the staff at Alta Bates in Berkeley, Summit Medical Center in Oakland, and Alameda Hospital. He is an avid sports fan and when he is not practicing medicine, he enjoys football trivia, playing soccer with his kids, and watching Warriors basketball.
Erica Udall has been a registered nurse since 2009. After receiving her nursing degree from Pennsylvania State University, she spent the majority of her nursing career working as an ICU Nurse (Intensive Care Unit Nurse). Prior to joining Marina Village Medicine, she was a Captain in the U.S. Army Nurse Corps. Through her work in the Army Nurse Corps, she gained experience working in a variety of settings and locations around the country. Most recently, she completed the Family Nurse Practitioner Program at Samuel Merritt University. Erica has a diverse interest in medicine including, women's health, primary care, and aesthetics. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, watching sports and exercising.
Catherine Tanner has been a practicing APRN in Family Practice since 2007, and graduated from Samuel Merritt College. She has primarily worked in community health centers assisting the underserved populations in Contra Costa and Solano Counties, and since 2012, has worked at the UC Berkeley Health Center allowing her to grow as a sub-specialist in adolescent health. For the past 11 years, she has been a faculty member at Samuel Merritt University in the Family Nurse Practitioner Program where she continues to teach didactic courses and serves as clinical faculty for the University. Catherine is passionate about women's health and emphasizes prevention among all her patients. In her spare time, she hikes, gardens and dabbles in cat agility.
Originally from South Africa, Ms. Moonsamy emigrated to the US in 1985. After graduating from UC Berkelely, she completed her MSN at Samuel Merritt College in 2003. Ms. Moonsamy has worked in an variety of clinical settings handling a diverse variety of patient health issues including, medical weight management, risk management, preventive health and women's health. Noelene has a passion for teaching and has worked several colleges and universities since 2006. In 2011, she became a faculty member at Samuel Merritt College where she manages faculty practices, clinical coordination team and teaches both didactic and clinical courses. Noelene's hobbies include singing at church with her siblings, salsa dancing and spending time with her great big happy family.