Maggie Aliabadi is a board certified nurse practitioner in Adult primary care and Women’s Health and joined Golden Gate in March 2017. She started working as a labor and delivery nurse in her hometown of Omaha, NE in 1997. She relocated to Seattle to continue working at the University of Washington while attending NP school. After completing her NP program, she worked in various women’s health settings including family planning at Planned Parenthood, sexual assault nurse practitioner examiner at Santa Monica UCLA, general OB/GYN at Cedars-Sinai Medical Group, and high risk obstetrics at UW and Obstetrix/Swedish Medical Center. She was part time clinical faculty and lecturer at the University Of Washington School Of Nursing in undergraduate and master’s programs and worked in research as part of the Obstetric-fetal Pharmacology Research Unit. Since moving to San Francisco in 2012, she started and was the lead for the inpatient nurse practitioner program at UCSF in the birth center. She is particularly interested in family planning and obstetric care and feels honored to be a part of caring for women throughout their lifespan.
Maggie has a long history volunteering and giving back. She volunteered at the University of Nebraska Medical Center Bone Marrow Transplant program while in undergraduate school. She continued this spirit by working with homeless youth at Seattle’s 45th Street clinic. She has served as a preceptor for countless nursing and medical students in various settings. Maggie is a member of the California Association of Nurse Practitioners, Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health, and served on the UCSF Advanced Health Practitioner Advisory Board. She earned her Bachelors of Science in Nursing in 1996 from the University of Nebraska Medical Center and her Masters of Science in Nursing from the University of Washington in 2002.
In her free time, Maggie enjoys reading, hiking and bike rides with her husband and two young daughters while residing in San Francisco.