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Julieta Marimla Gabiola

Julieta Marimla Gabiola jgabiola
Personal bio
Julieta Gabiola immigrated to the United States thirty five years ago, after graduating from Nursing School in the Philippines. She graduated from Rush Medical College, AOA and with several honorary awards while working part time as a Med /Surg ICU nurse at Cook County Hospital. Dr. Gabiola first came to Stanford for an Internal Medicine Residency in 1982, winning the Outstanding Teaching Award in her R-1 year. After residency she was appointed Chair of the Education Committee at the Kaiser Medical Center in Santa Clara. Four years later, Dr. Gabiola moved with her (psychiatrist/brain researcher) husband and young family to Salt Lake City where she worked as a faculty at the University of Utah and the VAMC for two years as the director of the Admitting Office/ER. She then operated a thriving private practice for twelve years. While in private practice, Dr. Gabiola maintained strong academic involvements, serving as an adjunct clinical instructor at the University of Utah Medical School teaching physical diagnosis at the medical school. She also served for two years as the Regional Scientific Manager for Cardiovascular and Metabolism for Novartis. Dr. Gabiola returned to California in 2003 and rejoined the faculty at Stanford as a Clinical Assistant Professor in Internal Medicine and became the Co-Chief of Stanford Medical Group now known as Stanford Internal Medicine. Dr. Gabiolaâ??s commitment to excellence has been recognized with awards at every stage of her career. Her latest accolades include the Distinguished Faculty Award at the University of Utah Medical School, and a faculty Fellowship Award in 2008 at Stanford. Dr. Gabiola organizes medical mission in the Philippines every January and heads a research team in the Philippines to help prevent chronic care disease by education and lifestyle modification. For these forms of service as well as her dedication and passion for medicine, she was selected from Stanford faculty candidates to be one of the Educators for CARE (faculty selected for demonstrating outstanding teaching skills, along with Compassion, Advocacy, Responsibility and Empathy), and is assigned to mentor groups of medical students longitudinally from year 1- 4 or longer. She also was given the Humanism and Volunteerism Award by the American College of Physicians in 2010. Dr. Gabiolaâ??s professional focus on the education and wellbeing of young doctors reflect interests that relate to her personal life as a single mother (having lost her husband to pancreatic cancer twelve years ago) raising two young adults. She is proud of the example she has set for Sean who is 25, and Micaela who is 22; working full time, while being involved in school boards, fundraising, soccer, other academic and social support, as well as medical missionary functions. She is an avid hiker, summited Kilimanjaro, tackled the 11 days Ultimate Hike in New Zealand and enjoyed the Inca Trail in Machu Picchu and enjoys scuba diving.

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