Pratima Gupta, MD, MPH joined Kaiser Permanente in September 2007 as one of their lead abortion providers after completing a Fellowship in Family Planning at the University of California, San Francisco. During this fellowship, she also received a Masters in Public Health from UC Berkeley in Global Health. Her interests include increasing access to and medical education around family planning options, adolescent health care, international health (especially in South and Central America, India, and Africa), and sexual minority health. She is also the volunteer medical director of St. James Infirmary, a free clinic in San Francisco for sex workers and transgender individuals and serves on the Mayor of San Francisco’s Anti-Human trafficking Task force. She serves as Vice Chair of the San Francisco Democratic Party. In her "spare" time, she is the mother to a 4 year old and soon-to-join us newborn.