Growing up in Trinidad, Dr. Jairam was exposed to the British education system which allowed him to do very well on the SATs and score a full academic scholarship to Howard University in Washington, D.C. where he graduated from an accelerated BS/MD program at the age of 24. He then completed his Family Medicine residency at Drexel University in Philadelphia. Swapping Coasts, his Urgent Care experience began in the Bay Area (Sutter Health System) and led him to Orange County. Board certified in Family Medicine; Diplomat of the American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine; completed the Clinical Strategies for Healthy Aging Program sponsored by the Foundation for Healthy Aging, the educational division of Cenegenics Education & Research Foundation (CERF).
Dr. Jairam is an avid car enthusiast and lover of travel. In his spare time you can find him scoping out the local, fine-dining scene.
Health tips from Dr. "J"
Lauren was born and raised in Huntington Beach. She studied to be a Nurse Practitioner in Nashville at Vanderbilt University and has recently returned home to the ocean and her loved ones. She loves her job because it combines her love of science with her passion for helping others.
“I wanted to choose a profession where my work directly impacts the health and well-being of those I treat. Working in urgent care is great because I get to treat patients of all age ranges and I like the diversity in the ailments that we treat. At our clinic, a lot of patients are local to the area, so they’re returning patients and it’s nice to be able to form a bond and get to know them and their families.”
Sarah was born in Las Vegas, but considers herself a Texan at heart. She and her husband just moved to California last year. If you see her, join us in welcoming her to Orange County!
“I knew I wanted to become a Nurse Practitioner when I was completing my Bachelor’s degree in nutrition and realized I wanted more autonomy in healthcare to positively impact patient care. My nursing background is in Orthopedics, which furthered my interest in becoming an FNP (Family Nurse Practitioner) since I treated patients from all walks of life, with a variety of conditions. Working in healthcare has allowed me to learn exciting and interesting things not only about medicine, but also about people and different cultures. In Urgent Care every day is new and different, which I love!”