Hello, and welcome to my page. My name is Bryan Goldner, and I am happy to have the opportunity to participate in your medical care. I hope you will find this page useful; I look forward to meeting you.
I was born and raised outside of Baltimore, Maryland. I completed my undergraduate work at Syracuse University in New York. I attended medical school at Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences, and then came to Los Angeles in 2009 for my surgical residency at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. I also completed a one-year surgical oncology fellowship at City of Hope in Duarte. I am now happy to be settled in Los Angeles with my wife and two dogs, enjoying everything the area has to offer. I am very pleased to be at Kaiser Permanente Baldwin Park Medical Center.
I received my additional training in general surgical oncology where I gained additional experience in a wide breadth of areas including colorectal, breast, hepatobiliary, gastric, pancreatic, and melanoma surgery. I also am well-trained in general surgery from my time at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. This has allowed me to help my patients in a wide array of areas and provide the best and most complete care possible.
I feel that thriving entails having a balance, with a work-outside life combination that allows for you to be the best that you can be, both for your family and for your patients. Outside of the hospital I enjoy spending time with my wife and French Bulldogs as well as movies, surfing, golf, hiking, and time at the beach.