In January, former UCSF endocrinology fellow, Saleh Adi, MD, returned to UCSF – this time as the Associate Director of Clinical Pediatrics and the Director of Pediatric Diabetes Outpatient Services. Educated in Syria, Dr. Adi completed residencies at both the California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC) and at the Veteran’s Administration Hospital.
In 1997, he came to UCSF as a pediatric endocrine fellow and trained in both the pediatric and adult diabetes clinics. After completing his education and training, Dr. Adi joined the faculty of CPMC where he served as Medical Director of the Pediatric Endocrine and Diabetes Program – providing care for over a thousand children with diabetes. Loved by the children he treats and their families, Dr. Adi has been known to go out of his way to provide “beyond the call” support.
You’ll often find Dr. Adi, his wife and daughter attending various diabetes programs in the community. In addition to his new roles at UCSF, Dr. Adi serves as a board member of the Greater Bay Area Chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). Please join us in welcoming back Dr. Adi to UCSF!