Lisa Shah, PA-C, DipACLM
Physician Assistant
Stanford Women’s Cancer Center

Lisa Shah holds a Master of Science in Physician Assistant (PA) studies from the Medical College of Georgia. She currently practices at the Stanford Women’s Cancer Center in Breast Medical Oncology, providing comprehensive outpatient care to patients living with and beyond breast cancer.

Lisa emphasizes evidence-based therapeutic Lifestyle Medicine interventions through an Independent Breast Survivorship clinic for cancer risk reduction and chronic disease prevention/reversal. She also provides Previvorship health counselling and high-risk breast screening for patients with a genetic predisposition to malignancy.

She is a certified diplomate of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine and a member of the Happiness Science member interest group. She is also a health care provider partner in prevention with the Physician’s Committee for Responsible Medicine.

As a member of the APP Wellness Committee- an initiative started to help prevent APP burnout and compassion fatigue, she serves as the APP Wellness Champion Liaison to APP Wellness Champions throughout Stanford Health Care.  Lisa has provided lectures on Positive Psychology and Personal Wellbeing for her APP Colleagues. She has also guest lectured for Stanford MSPA students on the Role of Lifestyle Medicine in Cancer Survivorship.

She loves all things nature! She is an avid scuba diver, has completed a 200-hour Hatha Yoga Teacher training and has a daily meditative practice.  In her free time, she enjoys hiking/exploring the outdoors, creating new plant-based recipes, reading, reflective writing, and spending time with family and friends.

“Healthy living is healthy ageing. Lifestyle Medicine is truly a healing practice for the body and the mind. I am grateful to be part of a team of like-minded individuals where we collaborate and share the benefits of Lifestyle Medicine with our community and peers.”