Dr. Richard C. Lam, MD

Richard Lam has been providing expert medical care in his private practice since 1998. Dr. Lam specializes in internal medicine and is able to diagnose and treat a wide variety of medical conditions. Located in Temecula, California, Dr. Lam serves much of the Inland Empire area.
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Richard C. Lam, MD
Locations
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Temecula, CA

41900 Winchester Rd Suite 100
Temecula, CA 92590

Phone: 951-643-0952
Fax: (951) 699-3798

Sun City, CA

27994 Bradley Road, Suite C
Sun City, CA 92586

Phone: 951-643-0952
Fax: (951) 679-1500

Richard C. Lam, MD
Education
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Temple University, School of Medicine

1991 - 1995
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Degree Received: Doctor of Medicine

University of California, Irvine

1985 - 1990

Irvine, California

Degrees Received: Bachelor of Science

Major in Biology and Chemistry

Minor in Art History

Richard C. Lam, MD
POSTGRADUATE TRAINING
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Residency, Internal Medicine

1996 - 1998

UCLA - Wadsworth VA Medical Center

Los Angeles, California

Internship, Internal Medicine

1995 - 1996

UCLA - Wadsworth VA Medical Center

Los Angeles, California

richard c. lam, md
WORK HISTORY
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2003 - Present

Richard C. Lam, M.D., Inc.

Temecula, California 92590

1998 - Present

Richard C. Lam, M.D., Inc.

Sun City, California 92586

richard c. lam, md
RESEARCH
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  • Temple University, School of Medicine July '91 - September '91 Molecular Mechanisms involved in the Regulation of Cardiac Muscle Cell Development, Proliferation, Differation and Hypertrophy. Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology. Advisor: Thomas A. Marino, Ph.D.
  • University of California, Irvine 1989 - 1990 The Role of GABAergic Neurons in Experimental Models of Epilepsy. Department of Anatomy of Neurobiology. Advisor: Charles E. Ribak, Ph.D.
  • Molecular Biology and Physiology of Potassium Channels in Lymphocytes. 1987 - 1989 Department of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry. Advisor: George C. Chander, Ph.D.