Aarti Nasta MD, FAAP
Founder, Integrative & General Pediatrician
Aarti Nasta, MD, FAAP received her bachelor’s degree in Community Health at Brown University followed by her M.D. from Brown University School of Medicine. She completed her residency in pediatrics at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA). After her residency at CHLA, Dr. Nasta worked as a public health volunteer in Mumbai, India. She spent eight months as a staff pediatrician with the Clinton Foundation providing comprehensive children’s healthcare for an organization entitled Committed Communities Development Trust which serves over 65,000 of the urban under served children living in Mumbai. Dr. Nasta delivered integrated health services to extremely poor children growing up in economically and emotionally challenged environments including orphaned children with HIV/AIDS. She introduced the use of anti-retrovirals in this population and combined nutritional support with child therapy as part of the overall treatment plan for her patients. She founded the HIV/AIDS Holistic Treatment & Care Initiative in Mumbai, a Clinton Foundation program. This program vastly improved the quality of life for these children and, as a result of her advocacy, is still in place today. Upon her return to the States Dr. Nasta was an inpatient hospitalist and outpatient attending at Children’s Hospital Oakland for many years. Following this she joined a concierge practice, GetzWell Pediatrics in Noe Valley, where she provided customized pediatric health care to her patients taking a personalized, holistic approach to their care with a focus on combining Western medicine with complementary and alternative healing modalities. In the past year Dr. Nasta has expanded her knowledge base and done additional training in functional and integrative medicine, completing the core curriculum of the Institute of Functional Medicine, as well as the Food as Medicine course. Dr. Nasta founded her Practice Treating the Whole Child in 2011 and since then has been providing personalized, integrative, high quality care to her patients. She truly enjoys spending time with her patients and their families. Dr. Nasta is board certified in pediatrics and a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, and she embraces a holistic approach in the care of children. She is fluent in Hindi and Spanish and loves swimming, reading and traveling. Dr. Nasta lives on the Peninsula with her husband and three little children.
Carmela Yarlagadda, MD
Doctor Carmela Yarlagadda received both her undergraduate and medical degrees from Brown University. She completed her pediatrics residency at Children’s Medical Center Dallas and then moved to Boston. Dr. Yarlagadda spent over 10 years working in the Boston area in the Harvard system. She relocated to the Bay Area in 2014 and most recently worked for Santa Clara Valley Medical Center. Dr. Yarlagadda is dedicated to providing comprehensive and compassionate care to her patients. She cares for and treats the whole child and works alongside the family towards this goal. Dr. Yarlagadda is board certified in pediatrics. She is a native Spanish speaker. She lives on the Peninsula with her husband and two children.
Beth Chopra, PNP
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
Beth Chopra is a board certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. She grew up in the Bay Area and received her Bachelors degree from University of Puget Sound in Washington. After returning to the Bay Area post college, she received her Masters in Nursing from San Francisco State University followed by a Post-Masters Nurse Practitioner certificate at UCSF. She most recently worked as a PNP for a private practice in Pacifica. Beth lives on the peninsula with her husband and 3 young children.
Sheridan Ross IBCLC
There is nothing more rewarding for me than being with and supporting new families. Being a valuable part of helping with new life is an amazing type of gratification. I see women literally transform when things begin to work in the way they want and hoped. I love what I do. I love following my passion: supporting the mother, empowering her, encouraging her, validating her. I’ve worked with my mentor and 20-year industry veteran, Sheila Janakos, at Healthy Horizon’s Breastfeeding Center in Burlingame, where I provided counseling, education, and support to moms at every stage. I’ve also worked in the Family Birth Center at Mills-Peninsula Hospital, have regularly taught breastfeeding classes, and assisted with support groups. Additionally, I’ve worked as a labor doula, a massage therapist with a focus on prenatal massage, and am a certified infant massage instructor. I also see patients at Bay Area Fertility & Pregnancy Specialists and Pediatrics in Redwood City.
Rosemary Hintz, MA, LMFT
Individual, Group and Family Counselor
The challenges facing women and their families today are overwhelming. Fertility, pregnancy and new parenting test us both physically and emotionally. Early intervention and support can help women cope with feelings of hopelessness, anxiety, sadness, anger and fear. Counseling can also support healthy relationships and positive parenting. Rosemary is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) and have provided counseling services since 2004. I studied psychology at Stanford University and received my MA in Clinical Psychology from Notre Dame de Namur University. I offer individual, family and group counseling to those experiencing mood disorders such as depression and anxiety or stress related to fertility, pregnancy and parenting. If you are interested in receiving support, please feel free to review my website at www.counselingwithrosemary.com or call 650.383.7673.