Medical Director, Pediatric Asthma and Allergies, Children’s Pulmonary Institute, Miller Children’s & Women’s
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Dr. Randhawa is the medical director of pediatric asthma and allergies at the Children’s Pulmonary Institute at Miller Children’s & Women’s. He has served at Miller Children’s & Women’s in various leadership positions for more than a decade. Dr. Randhawa also is the Program Director of the Pediatric Pulmonology Fellowship at UCI and Miller Children's & Women’s. He has led several initiatives at Mller Children’s & Women’s resulting in regional and national acclaim including the Sickle Cell Pulmonary Center, Disease Specific Certification in Pediatric Asthma from The Joint Commission, and the Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia Center.
Dr. Randhawa is a leading specialist in internal medicine, pediatrics, immunology, allergy medicine, and pulmonology with fifteen years of experience. Dr. Randhawa focuses on the research and treatment of ‘orphan’ diseases—areas of medicine that have stalled in development and progress. He is the president and chief medical officer of the Translational Pulmonary & Immunology Research Center (TPIRC), a nonprofit corporation located in Long Beach, California, which uses a specialized ‘collaborative’ approach to treating patients suffering from these orphan diseases. Dr. Randhawa is also the founder of TPIRC's Southern California Food Allergy Institute, a nonprofit dedicated to providing innovative and safe treatment for the six million children in the U.S. who suffer from food allergies.
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