Dr. Patel is board certified and fellowship trained in Adult and Pediatric Sleep Medicine.
Dr. Patel is a native of the Phoenix area and is passionate about increasing awareness about sleep medicine. She established Sonoran Sleep Center to provide comprehensive care for sleep disorders in the Phoenix Metro area
She completed her training in Internal Medicine at the University of Arizona College of Medicine in Tucson, Arizona. She completed her fellowship in Sleep Medicine at University of Washington College of Medicine in Seattle, Washington.
Dr. Patel is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Arizona and Creighton University Phoenix Campus where she trains medical students.
She is a member of the Arizona Sleep Society and the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, serving on the Education Committee.
When not working, Dr. Patel enjoys spending time with her family, cooking, traveling, and hiking.
Dr. Patel speaks English and Spanish.
Education and Training
AUC MD 2012
Sleep Medicine (Internal Medicine)
Areas of expertise and specialization
Faculty Titles & Positions
- Clinical Assistant Professor Creighton University Phoenix Regional Campus 3 - Present
- Clinical Assistant Professor University of Arizona College of Medicine Phoenix Campus 3 - Present
- American Academy of Sleep Medicine
- American Medical Association
- Arizona Medical Association
- Maricopa County Society of Medicine
- Honor Health Osborn Campus
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