RANDOLPH H. NOBLE, M.D., F.C.C.P.

Diplomate, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
Diplomate, American Board of Internal Medicine & Pulmonary Diseases

Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, UCLA School of Medicine
Qualified Medical Evaluator

Office Location:
16321 Pacific Coast Hwy, #112
Pacific Palisades, CA 90272

Tel: (818) 986-8714

Mailing Address:
7668 El Camino Real, #104-512
Carlsbad, CA 92009
Fax: (818 385-1459

PROFESSIONAL BIOGRAPHY & CV


Thank you for the opportunity to participate in your health care. The following is a summary of the professional interests and activities which have contributed to my education as a physician.

Becoming a psychiatrist completed the circle of my professional interests. I graduated from USC as a psychology major intending to pursue a career in psychiatry upon entering UCLA Medical School. However, during my internship at LAC/USC Medical Center, I became interested in internal medicine and continued that course of training with a medical residency at the West Los Angeles Veterans Hospital. Subsequently, I became a an emergency room physician and paramedic base station advisor at Daniel Freeman, Centinela, and Verdugo Hills Hospital Emergency facilities. The excitement of emergency medicine and critical care motivated me to enter a pulmonary fellowship program at the West Los Angeles V. A. Hospital where I participated in pulmonary immuno-biology research, studying macrophage dysfunction in lung cancer patients. After this fellowship, I enjoyed the next fifteen years as a private practice physician in the San Fernando Valley specializing in pulmonary, hyperbaric, and internal medicine. My experiences included a Directorship of Respiratory Care at Sherman Oaks Hospital & Burn Center, evaluation and treatment of patients for hyperbaric oxygen, establishment of an outpatient sleep disorders center, involvement in geriatric care at the Jewish Homes for the Aged, and being on the forefront of the treatment of AIDS with Drs. Michael Gottlieb and Joel Weisman at the first hospital Immune Suppressed Unit in Southern California.

Many aspects of those years played their part in rekindling my interest in psychiatry. I had always enjoyed working with patients and families to resolve psychosocial crisis issues with critically ill patients. Giving up my private practice, I entered the psychiatry residency program at UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute.

Currently, I engage in a varied practice that includes private consultation in psychiatry, pulmonary, and internal medicine. My forensic and clinical interests are met through private consultation and part-time employment at the California State Prison Tehachapi, a Level IV maximum security facility where I evaluate and treat inmates. I also provide psychotherapy and treatment for UCLA School of Medicine affiliated housestaff as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry.

I feel fortunate to have an evolving and fulfilling medical career, and your confidence in choosing me to be your physician is appreciated.

Sincerely,

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