Meet Dr. Dennis Stolpner, MD at Rachman Medical Group in Reseda CA
Dr. Dennis Stolpner, MD is an experienced family medicine doctor. Visit Rachman Medical Group to get specialized and expert care. For more information, contact us today or simply request an appointment online! We are conveniently located at 7601 Canby Ave Suite 7 Reseda, CA 91335.
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Dennis Stolpner’s professional career began with the pursuit of his Bachelor of Arts in Molecular and Cell Biology at the University of California Berkeley. After graduating in 2004, Stolpner continued his education by receiving his M.D. from NYMC (New York Medical College). During this pursuit, Stolpner served as class senator and was also granted a research fellowship with the Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery. This experience solidified his focus and passion for research, which he has continued to maintain throughout the entirety of his career. In 2012, Stolpner was awarded a diploma from the University of California’s Davis School for completing a Surgery Internship.
Aiming to assist, care for, and treat as many individuals in need as possible, Dennis Stolpner has achieved fluency in English, Russian, and Spanish. His triangularity has assisted him greatly both in his practice at home in the United States and in his international volunteer efforts.
Dennis Stolpner has completed two Spanish language studies via Beverly Hills Lingual Institute and Español y Cultura en Latino America (ECELA) Spanish Schools.
Throughout his career, Dennis Stolpner has participated in numerous research studies. These experiences have led to his contributions to various professional publications. He is credited with studies published by the Journal of the American College of Surgeons and the Journal of Surgical Research.
In an article for Red Cross Talks, Dennis Stolpner reflected on his participation in Disaster Relief Operations. The article, titled “Understanding What it Means to Care, My Journey As a Red Cross Volunteer,” dives deep into the devastation of Hurricane Harvey — and how Stolpner did his part to help Houstonians in need.