In 1996, Dr. Khodam Rostomian joined Kaiser Permanente as Chief of Ophthalmology Service. As a comprehensive ophthalmologist, Dr. Rostomian practices cataract surgery, surgical and medical management of diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma and macular degeneration. In addition to serving on the Armenian EyeCare Project’s Board of Directors, Dr. Rostomian also sits on the Board of Directors at Southern California Permanente Medical Group (SCPMG.)
The ophthalmologist completed his undergraduate medical training at the University of Southern California (USC), graduating with a highest distinguished award. He also completed an internship at Cedars Sinai Medical Center and attended USC’s Doheny Eye Institute to complete his Ophthalmology residency training. In addition to his medical education and training, Dr. Rostomian also holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration and has been appointed as Assistant Area Medical Director overseeing surgical services operation in Antelope Valley’s Kaiser Permanente Medical Center. He has attended Harvard Business School’s Executive Leadership Program and was awarded the Physician Exceptional Contribution Award at Kaiser Permanente.
His professional life aside, Dr. Rostomian is an avid biker and hiker and makes it a priority to set aside time for his hobbies. He’s also keen on traveling and considers his two daughters to be his greatest life achievement.