Erika Balassiano, MD

Dr. Balassiano
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Erika Balassiano, MD, is not only fascinated with women’s medical care, but she also considers it a privilege to care for patients throughout their lives. She demonstrates true concern for all her patients and is sure to take an individualized approach to care for everyone. Her patients’ comfort is also important to Dr. Balassiano, and she makes every effort to put her patients at ease and make them comfortable. Dr. Balassiano understands the importance of quality obstetric care, having had her first-born child during her medical residency and second child during her fellowship.

Additionally, she has specialized in minimally-invasive gynecologic surgery, an approach that often reduces both patient recovery times and discomfort following surgery. She also has special interests in endometriosis and female infertility.

Dr. Balassiano provides our patients with many minimally-invasive surgical techniques such as robotic-assisted surgery, laparoscopic surgery, and CO2 laser approaches. Dr. Balassiano has undergone intensive and extensive training in these techniques at Stanford University under the guidance of Dr. Camran Nezhat, one of the foremost surgeons in the world and a pioneer of laparoscopic surgery.

Professional Memberships

Dr. Balassiano is a proud member of the following professional organizations:


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Name and license:  Erika Balassiano, CA A124829

Highest level of academic degree: Medical Doctor (MD)

Board certification: BOARD CERTIFIED (American Board of Obstetrics & Gynecology)

Hospital affiliations:  El Camino Hospital, Mountain View, California


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