Maryam Arjomand, MD

OB-GYN located in San Mateo, CA

Dr. Maryam Arjomand, MD specializes in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Medical Arts OB/GYN  in San Mateo, California. Patients can see Dr. Arjomand for every aspect of the field of Ob/Gyn, including hormonal imbalances and hormonal treatments.

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I have ended up here at Medical Arts ObGyn after a long, meandering journey. I was born in Iran in 1967 to a very forward-thinking father and a devoted mother. To achieve a better education, my parents enrolled me in a boarding school in a rural part of England at the age of 10. I was at that school until we immigrated to the United States. From 1984 to 1988, I attended UC Davis, majoring in Biochemistry. After quickly deciding on a career in medicine, I then enrolled at the University of Chicago, Pritzker School of medicine. Even more quickly and far more easily, I decided on becoming an ObGyn. My residency training for ObGyn was at USC, Los Angeles County Hospital. Thereafter, I worked in San Francisco from 1999 to 2006 in private practice and was on staff at CPMC. In 2006, I moved my practice to San Mateo and joined Medical Arts OBGyn.

I have lived in this piece of heaven we call the Peninsula since 2002. My husband is an attorney and works at a medical technology company. We have a son and and a daughter, both in elementary school, both feisty, both opinionated, both an infinite amount of joy and work.  I enjoy traveling, skiing and exploring the coast with my family. I make it a priority to stay fit and healthy. It is very important for me to stay strong to enjoy my family and my career for many more years.

What made me become an ObGyn? Unequivocally, the answer to that question is watching my mother's journey through her own life. Watching and admiring her strength in tackling every day made me marvel at how strong women are in general. My sense of awe has been renewed time and time again during my training and experience in the field of ObGyn.

What do I love most about my job? That's easy. I love spending time with my patients, getting to know them , helping them help themselves and helping them learn how their bodies tick. I love meeting new women, going through life with them, growing up and old with them. I enjoy every aspect of the field of ObGyn. I take pride in trying to solve health issues as non-invasively as possible. Academically , my interests lie mainly in hormonal imbalances and hormonal treatments thereof. Most gratifying to me is having patients and myself work as a team to come up with plans and goals.

It has truly  been an honor to be such an intimate part of the lives of so many women. I have witnessed girls become women, then become moms. I've cried with their joys and their pains. I have held worried hands, excited hands and fearful hands. The most wonderful part of being an ObGyn, in fact,  is that we put our hearts and heads into our days and nights at work. Few other careers give one the opportunity to do that. I always feel and have always felt extremely lucky, happy and grateful to do what I do.

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Dr. Maryam Arjomand, MD specializes in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Medical Arts OB/GYN  in San Mateo, California. Patients can see Dr. Arjomand for every aspect of the field of Ob/Gyn, including hormonal imbalances and hormonal treatments.

Read her story here:

I have ended up here at Medical Arts ObGyn after a long, meandering journey. I was born in Iran in 1967 to a very forward-thinking father and a devoted mother. To achieve a better education, my parents enrolled me in a boarding school in a rural part of England at the age of 10. I was at that school until we immigrated to the United States. From 1984 to 1988, I attended UC Davis, majoring in Biochemistry. After quickly deciding on a career in medicine, I then enrolled at the University of Chicago, Pritzker School of medicine. Even more quickly and far more easily, I decided on becoming an ObGyn. My residency training for ObGyn was at USC, Los Angeles County Hospital. Thereafter, I worked in San Francisco from 1999 to 2006 in private practice and was on staff at CPMC. In 2006, I moved my practice to San Mateo and joined Medical Arts OBGyn.

I have lived in this piece of heaven we call the Peninsula since 2002. My husband is an attorney and works at a medical technology company. We have a son and and a daughter, both in elementary school, both feisty, both opinionated, both an infinite amount of joy and work.  I enjoy traveling, skiing and exploring the coast with my family. I make it a priority to stay fit and healthy. It is very important for me to stay strong to enjoy my family and my career for many more years.

What made me become an ObGyn? Unequivocally, the answer to that question is watching my mother's journey through her own life. Watching and admiring her strength in tackling every day made me marvel at how strong women are in general. My sense of awe has been renewed time and time again during my training and experience in the field of ObGyn.

What do I love most about my job? That's easy. I love spending time with my patients, getting to know them , helping them help themselves and helping them learn how their bodies tick. I love meeting new women, going through life with them, growing up and old with them. I enjoy every aspect of the field of ObGyn. I take pride in trying to solve health issues as non-invasively as possible. Academically , my interests lie mainly in hormonal imbalances and hormonal treatments thereof. Most gratifying to me is having patients and myself work as a team to come up with plans and goals.

It has truly  been an honor to be such an intimate part of the lives of so many women. I have witnessed girls become women, then become moms. I've cried with their joys and their pains. I have held worried hands, excited hands and fearful hands. The most wonderful part of being an ObGyn, in fact,  is that we put our hearts and heads into our days and nights at work. Few other careers give one the opportunity to do that. I always feel and have always felt extremely lucky, happy and grateful to do what I do.


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    "She listens to what you have to say and answers you confidently...She's makes sure all my questions or concerns are answered during each visit."

    Annie K.
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    "Dr. Arjomand is a wonderful doctor, she has been taking care of my gynecological needs for years. She is a caring physician who has a great bedside manner."

    Mae W.
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Medical Arts OB/GYN
136 North San Mateo Drive , Suite 101
San Mateo, CA 94401
Phone: 650-249-9377
Fax: 650-344-2274
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