Tamar Meidav, MD
Assistant Director, Psychiatry Residency Training Program, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Outpatient Clinic and School Services
Dr. Meidav graduated from St John’s College, and completed her MD and medical internship at Case Western Reserve University. She completed her psychiatry residency at Harvard Medical School, and her child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship at Harvard and UCSF. During residency, Dr. Meidav served on the American Psychiatric Association Council on Children and Families as a Mead-Johnson Fellow. Upon graduation, Dr. Meidav joined San Mateo County. She served as the inaugural site director for the Stanford-San Mateo Community Track Child Psychiatry Fellowship. Dr. Meidav currently serves as course director for child psychiatry didactics, resident support group facilitator, and SAMHSA grant mentor. Dr. Meidav’s professional interests include trauma-informed care for underserved communities, working with people of all ages with developmental delays, cultural humility, and holistic wellness for clients, trainees and mental health providers. Dr. Meidav has received multiple teaching awards including Outstanding Faculty and Teacher of the Year from the San Mateo Psychiatry Residency. Dr. Meidav has also served on faculty for the UCBerkeley-UCSF Joint Medical Program. Dr. Meidav is a diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry in both Psychiatry and in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.