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Board certified in pediatrics, Dr. Ozaki chose a career in medicine for the satisfaction of knowing that in some small way, he has made things better for someone each day. He does his best for each patient and always tries to remember that caring for them requires more effort than taking care of them. He feels that practicing medicine is a great privilege and he must be worthy of patients' trust.
Dr. Ozaki supports animal welfare issues and is the proud owner of two dogs and 12 cats. He also is an avid collector of Beanie Babies.
Dr. Ozaki is the recipient of many honors including: a four-time Physician of Excellence by the OCMA, a 2008 Patient Choice Award winner, a 2009 Circle of Care honoree by Cal Optima, inclusion in America's Guide to the Best Pediatricians, and he was recently named a "Super Doc" by LA Magazine for the second time.
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