Lisa Erburu, MD

  • Lisa Ann Erburu
  • “I recognize the challenges parents face and work to help them.”

Being a physician is humbling. I recognize the challenges that parents face to care for their children today and work to help them in any way I can. It is especially humbling to see parents deal with chronically ill children, to support them and be their advocates.

I had juvenile rheumatoid arthritis as a child and was cared for by a wonderful rheumatologist with a fabulous sense of humor. He used to joke that I brought the average age of his patients down to 70. He was an excellent role model for me in my work today.

I approach the care of my patients as a special privilege and responsibility. I am so fortunate to have the opportunity to care for children and to love what I do. I try to make a small difference in every young life.



Work and Education

Professional Education

UCLA General Surgery Residency, Los Angeles, CA, 1986


UCLA Medical Center Radiology Fellowship, Los Angeles, CA, 1987


UCLA Medical Center Radiology Fellowship, Los Angeles, CA, 1989

Board Certifications

Pediatrics, American Board of Pediatrics