Rina Marfatia, MD
Dr. Marfatia brings expertise in both internal medicine and infectious diseases, and will be providing care to patients as a primary care physician and a specialist. Dr. Marfatia completed her residency in Internal Medicine and her fellowship in Infectious Diseases at the University of Connecticut and then worked as an Infectious Diseases specialist at the prestigious University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center – one of the world’s most respected cancer centers. In 2014 she relocated to the Bay Area to be closer to family and to join a practice that allows her to blend her passion for primary care and infectious diseases.
Dr. Marfatia is skilled in working with uniquely diverse patient populations with simple to extremely complex diseases. In addition to primary care, her clinical interests include travel medicine, community & hospital acquired infections, multidrug resistant infections, and infections in immunocompromised hosts.
Dr. Marfatia has a longstanding commitment to community service and medical education. Outside of her clinical work, she enjoys spending time with family, outdoor activities and traveling throughout the world.
Infectious Disease, Internal Medicine, Travel Medicine
Pramukhswami Medical College, Gujarat, India – Graduated in 2004
University of Connecticut, Internal Medicine – Graduated in 2009
University of Connecticut, Infectious Disease – Graduated in 2011
American Board of Internal Medicine
American Board of Internal Medicine, Infectious Diseases
Society for Healthcare Epidemiology, Fundamentals of Healthcare Epidemiology
Professional Societies & Affiliations
American Society for Microbiology
Infectious Disease Society of America
Honors & Awards
Gerald P. Bodey Immunocompromised Host Fellowship Training Award at the University of Texas M.C. Anderson Cancer Center, 2010
Infectious Disease Society of America Travel Grant, 2010
Capital Area Health Consortium Community Service Award, 2008