Meet the Doctors

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Meet Your Podiatrist

All of our doctors are bilingual in English and Spanish. They are trained in the treatment of fungal nails with the Cutera Laser. Dr. Vega works at the prestigious wound care centers of Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital, Whitter and Beverly Hospital, Montebello. Our physicians can also be found at various AltaMed Community Clinics in the San Gabriel Valley.


Dr. Michael Vega

Michael R. Vega, D.P.M., F.A.C.F.A.S.

Dr. Michael Vega started West Beverly Podiatry Group in 1986. He graduated from the University of San Diego in 1977, with a B.A. in Biology. In 1982, he received his doctorate from the Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio. He completed his surgical and medical residency in 1983 in San Diego.

Dr. Vega is a certified diplomate of the American Board of Podiatric Foot and Ankle Surgery.

He was appointed by the Governor of California to the Board of Podiatric Medicine of California from 1989-1992. During this time he served as President of the Board from 1992-1993.

Dr. Vega is a member of the APMA and CPMA. He is a past member of California Latino Medical Association. Dr. Vega is a consultant for OrthoNet Medical.

Dr. Ross Berliner

Dr. Ross Berliner

Dr Ross A Berliner graduated from the California College of Podiatric Medicine, San Francisco in 1993. He completed his surgical and medical residency in 1994 at Coast Plaza Hospital in Norwalk. Dr Berliner is a Wound Care Specialist. He sees patients at the Montebello office and at the AltaMed clinics in Pico Rivera and Montebello. Dr. Berliner loves music, traveling, tennis and spending time with his dog.

Dr Chan

Susanna Chan, D.P.M.

Dr Susanna Chan has been a wonderful addition to our group. Dr Chan graduated from University of California, San Diego and Western University of Health Sciences at Pomona for her Podiatry degree. She has been in practice since 2014 and worked at Long Beach Memorial Medical Center for her 3 year residency.

Dr Chan speaks fluent Mandarin and Burmese. She has had extensive training in Wound Care and Amputation Prevention.