Garima Gupta, DO, MPH

Assistant Professor, College of Osteopathic Medicine

Areas of Expertise

Internal Medicine; Critical Care Medicine


  • UC Berkeley 2006
  • USC MPH 2010
  • Touro University COM 2013
  • White Memorial Medical Center, Internal Medicine 2016
  • University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Critical Care Medicine 2019

Honors and Awards

  • Outstanding Abstract Award, Health Services Research 2019 University of Pittsburgh Mitchell P. Fink Scholar Day, Pittsburgh, PA The incidence of potentially inappropriate blood transfusions in the critically ill
  • Most Valuable Resident, Class of 2016 2016 23 rd Annual White Memorial Resident Graduation in Los Angeles, CA
  • Physician Award for Compassion in Medicine 2016 White Memorial Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA
  • 2 nd Place in Best Student Abstract Competition 2011 The effects of food environment on childhood obesity in Vallejo, CA Touro University 10 th Annual Research Day, Vallejo, CA

Recent Publications


1) Gupta G, Brooks L, Park K. Adherence to 3- and 6-hour surviving sepsis bundles in severe sepsis and septic shock at a community hospital. Society of Critical Care Medicine Quality Summit. 2018 September; Atlanta, GA.

2) Gupta G, Kennedy J, Seymour CW, Kahn JM, Waters J, Triulzi DJ, Gunn SR. The Incidence of Potentially Inappropriate Packed Red Blood Cell Transfusions in the Critically Ill. American Thoracic Society. 2019 May; Dallas, TX.

3) Gupta G, Vega A, Park K. Ketamine: the forgotten bronchodilator. 12th Annual AMA Research Symposium; 2014 November 7; Dallas, TX.

4) Gupta G, Walker A, Foy JE. The effects of food environment on childhood obesity in Vallejo, CA. American College of Osteopathic Pediatricians Spring Conference; 2011 April 7- 10; Pittsburgh, PA.

5) Gupta G, Williams BK. First case of liver abscess secondary to Salmonella group D serotype Dublin in a patient without underlying liver pathology. 2014 ACP Southern California Scientific meeting; 2014 Oct 18; Orange, CA.

Refereed Articles:

1) Gupta G, Liu A. (2015) Atypical Miller Fisher Syndrome with anisocoria and rapidly fluctuating pupillary diameter: a case report. Case Reports in Neurological Medicine. Vol. 2015, Article ID 472843, 2 pages. Doi:10.1155/2015/472843.

Book Chapters:

1) Gupta G, Pinsky MR. (2019) “What are the best tools to optimize the circulation: Functional Hemodynamic Monitoring.” Evidence Based Practice of Critical Care. 3 rd Ed. Elsevier: 2019, Print.