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Iman Alsaden, Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Iman Alsaden (pronoun indifferent) is the Chief Medical Officer of Planned Parenthood Great Plains and a board certified OBGYN. They completed their B.S. at Brown University and attended medical school at the University of Illinois (Chicago). They then went on to complete residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Chicago and worked as an OBGYN hospitalist at various academic medical centers while flying to PPGP one week a month to provide abortion care. Dr. Alsaden has introduced multiple training programs and has trained many residents, medical students, fellows and attendings in abortion care. Dr. Alsaden is deeply committed to advocating for patients' rights to bodily autonomy and basic human freedoms, empowering them to live authentically. Outside of the health center, their passions include tennis, being in the Orange Theory cult, playing poker, hanging out with Snacks (dog) and Snaggle (cat) and Kelsey (human).

Iman in the News:

Roe under threat: One doctor’s journey to provide abortion care

Planned Parenthood starts telemedicine abortions in Kansas

'It's almost like playing the lottery': Abortion providers struggle with high demand

Texans Have Been Forced to Travel for Abortion Care. But Those Nearby Access Points Could Soon Disappear

Inside an Oklahoma City Abortion Clinic

Selina Sandoval, Associate Medical Director

Dr. Selina Sandoval (she/her) is a board certified OBGYN and Complex Family Planning physician. She is the Associate Medical Director at Planned Parenthood Great Plains, where she trains fellows, residents, and medical students. She received her B.S. in Biology from the University of Arizona and her medical degree from the University of Illinois. She moved to Kansas City for residency at the University of Kansas where she discovered her passion for reproductive health care. She completed her fellowship in Complex Family Planning at the University of San Diego before returning to her Kansas City community. She currently serves on the Kansas American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) section advisory committee as the Family Planning expert and on the ACOG National Government Affairs committee. Selina enjoys burning the midnight oil reading into the late night hours, skincare and spending time with her husband and pets!

Selina in the News:

Texas Woman Drives 12 Hours One Way to Seek Abortion Services in Kansas

The problem with Ricki Lake's 'The Business of Birth Control'

Abortion providers across the country lament Roe overturn

Overturning Roe Could Make Ectopic Pregnancies Extremely Dangerous

Lydia Prevost, Fellow

Dr. Lydia Prevost (she/her) is a family medicine physician and the current Kansas Clinical Family Planning fellow at Planned Parenthood Great Plains. She grew up in Tennessee and received her undergraduate degree in neuroscience from Centre College. She received her medical degree from the University of Louisville in Kentucky. She completed her residency in family and community medicine at the University of California, Davis, where she reaffirmed her dedication to abortion care. In her free time she is an avid member of the Orange Theory Cult and enjoys hiking, snuggling her dogs, and being peer pressured into reading romance novels by Dr. Sandoval.

Lydia in the News:

Abortion Pills Prescribed via Telehealth Are Safe Effective, Study

Darshan Patel, Future Fellow

Dr. Darshan Patel (he/him) was raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where he completed his residency at the University of New Mexico Department of Family and Community Medicine. He is a past president of the Committee of Interns and Residents/SEIU Healthcare, and is a leader of his local cluster of the Reproductive Health Access Project. Outside of medicine, Darshan is a foodie, dog dad, and loves to be in nature.

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