Lan Quach, PA-C
Lan Quach is an experienced physician assistant, board certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants.
In 2011, she earned her master’s degree in Physician Assistant studies at Western University of Health Sciences and has a bachelor’s degree in Human Development studies from University of California, San Diego.
Lan has treated numerous adolescents and adults with mental health issues early in her career fostering resilience and recovery through patient empowerment. She is driven by the opportunity to help someone who would otherwise struggle through life.
In addition to psychotherapy and lifestyle modifications, she strongly believes for those with mental health disorders, medication management is often an important part of the recovery process when used in an effective way as part of the overall treatment.
In recent years, Lan has helped conduct countless early phase clinical trials for new drug therapies, which included the use of intranasal esketamine indicated for treatment-resistant depression.
Her goal is helping her patients to heal and regain control over their lives with the combination of the right diagnosis and individualized treatment plan.