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Haven R. Malish, MD

Medical Interests Special Clinical Interests

American Board of Internal Medicine; Certification in Sleep Medicine obtained October 2011

American Board of Internal Medicine; Certification in Pulmonary Disease obtained November 2011

Education

University of Hawaii, John A. Burns School of Medicine - Medical Education

Los Angeles County - University of Southern California Medical Center - Residency - Internal Medicine

Los Angeles County - University of Southern California Medical Center - Fellowship - Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine

Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education - Fellowship - Sleep Medicine

Comments
  • Oct 13, 2022

    I am very happy to have Dr Malish as my care provider. (And Dr Burnett as well)

  • Oct 12, 2022

    Dr Malish is just caring concerned and listens . So blessed he's here

  • Jul 6, 2022

    I admire Dr. Malish's experience and knowledge. He is the type of specialist who you get the sense has a wealth of knowledge, specific nuanced comprehension of pulmonary diseases and sleep disorders, yet explains those complex physiological matters with effectiveness and clarity to new patients. He set his focus during the appointment on my daughter as she is the patient and yet included me (mother) as needed (even non-verbally) and with specific questions and/or allowing a natural pause for me to add additional information pertinent to her case. In addition, we knew this intake appointment was primarily an assessment prior to a sleep study being scheduled. We both appreciated Dr. Malish's clear communication that nothing can be diagnosed until further testing is accomplished.

  • Jun 8, 2022

    Good is good

  • May 21, 2022

    Good

  • Apr 13, 2022

    Dr Malish is an excellent physician who takes time with his patients to listen and explain things

  • Mar 14, 2022

    Again Dr Malish is Fantastic

  • Feb 5, 2022

    At my last appoint with him, over 7 months ago, Dr. Malish informed me of a genetic deficiency he had defected from a blood test. I'd never heard of the disease and his explanation was only fair. The condition has multiple levels of severity and mine, he said, was called ZZ. Everything I subsequently read confirmed it is a nasty disease, and I joined a support group on line to learn more from others who have the malady. I, however, have few if any of the symptoms. Now, 7 months of great concern (worry) I asked him why I have so few symptoms. Was this the right diagnosis or am I just extremely lucky? He took another look at his papers and said no, I did not have this very serious level, and while I have the genetic condition it is not the serious ZZ level, but only a minor level. I felt he brushed off the worry I have had the past 7 months. There is no way I misunderstood what he said, I'd never heard of the condition and had no way to have "made up" the ZZ level. Frustrated

  • Dec 8, 2021

    Very good experience. Dr. Malish is very detailed in reviewing my medical record and counseling me re care.

  • Dec 8, 2021

    Dr Malish is one of the best