Alix J. Magloire, MD

Alix Magliore

Title: Internist, Associate Chief of Medicine
Company: Oakland Campus, Veterans Affairs Northern California Health Care System
Location: Pittsburg, California, United States

Alix J. Magloire, Internist and Associate Chief of Medicine at the Oakland Campus of the Veterans Affairs Northern California Health Care System, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Doctors for dedication, achievements, and leadership in internal medicine and endocrinology.

Believing that humans are both strong and fragile at the same time, Dr. Magloire has always made it his goal to ease the suffering of others. He decided early on that the best way to do that was through medicine, so he set out to earn an MD from Universidad del Valle de México in 1979. Dr. Magloire then furthered his education by completing a fellowship in neurosurgery at Elmhurst Hospital, a residency in internal medicine at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, and an endocrinology fellowship at the University of California, Davis. He is a licensed physician in the commonwealth of Massachusetts and the state of California, and he is a diplomate of the American Board of Internal Medicine.

Dr. Magloire uses his background to thrive as the associate chief of medicine at the Oakland Campus of the Veterans Affairs Northern California Health Care System and in his private internal medicine practice. He also maintains roles as an instructor of ethics at the Seminary in Oakland, CA, and as a missionary for Doctors without Borders with the Franciscan Organization. The highlight of Dr. Magloire’s career is his humanitarian work, and he is proud to know that he contributed something good to people. He attributes his success to his parents and grandparents, who instilled a sense of hope in him, and to his mentors, who recognized his potential and guided him to reach it.

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