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Nicolas Hatamiya


Primary care sports medicine specialist
Outdoor enthusiast, photographer, foodie and runner

Dr. Nicolas Hatamiya is a specialist in primary care sports medicine. He enjoys caring for patients of all ages and strives to provide comprehensive care in which he partners with his patients to help them achieve their goals and embrace healthy lifestyles. He has particular interests in diagnostic and interventional ultrasound, preventative medicine and exercise as medicine.

In research, Hatamiya's interests include applications of digital health technologies in patient care, point-of-care ultrasound in primary care, and improving medical education.

Hatamiya earned his medical degree from Western University of Health Sciences. At Stanford Health Care, he completed a residency in family medicine, serving as chief resident and completing the faculty development track. At the University of California, Los Angeles, he completed a fellowship in primary care sports medicine.

Hatamiya is a team physician for the Academy of Art University and the Oakland Roots soccer team. Previously, he served as a team physician for the UCLA Bruins and El Segundo High School and as assistant team physician for the Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Dodgers. He is a member of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, American College of Sports Medicine, American Academy of Family Physicians and Society of Teachers of Family Medicine. In 2020, he received a grant from the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine for a local humanitarian service project.

  • Education

    Western University of Health Sciences, DO, 2017

  • Residencies

    Stanford Medicine, Family Medicine, 2020

  • Fellowships

    UCLA, Primary Care Sports Medicine, 2021

  • Board Certifications

    American Board of Family Medicine, Family Medicine

    American Board of Family Medicine, Sports Medicine

  • Academic Title

    Assistant Professor

I enjoy partnering and collaborating with my patients, so they can achieve their health goals and live more active lifestyles.

Where I see patients (3)

    Saving future lives

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