Dr. Raksha Nepal specializes in the treatment of chronic conditions, such as diabetes, hypertension, kidney disease, neuropathy and anxiety. She is passionate about treating the whole patient and creates solution-oriented care plans that meet her patients? lifestyle needs.
I believe in partnering with my patients and approaching their health and wellness needs holistically. I enjoy collaborating with each patient directly to determine a solution-oriented care plan that meets their lifestyle needs and wishes. My care is rooted in finding solutions that naturally integrate into my patients? unique lives and cultural beliefs.
Outside of work, I am passionate about music, dance and the outdoors. I'm looking forward to enjoying hiking and outdoor activities in the Pacific Northwest with my husband and our two children.
In the Community
When not spending time with my family, my husband, an interventional cardiologist, and I are actively involved in serving populations through medical relief camps in Nepal.
Kathmandu Medical College | Kathmandu, Nepal
University of Illinois at Chicago Medical Center | Chicago, IL
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32 patients rated this physician.
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Reviewed on February 24, 2021 This was my first visit with Dr. Nepal. I enjoyed the time spent with her. She has a friendly, quiet demeanor. She made me feel very comfortable. I have chosen her as my new PC physician.
Reviewed on January 29, 2021 My scripts were refilled, but not qty. 90, so this cost me more $ at pharmacy.
Reviewed on January 6, 2021 1st time with dr.
Reviewed on December 30, 2020 Dr. Nepal is awesome!
Reviewed on January 28, 2021 This was my first visit with Dr Nepal. It was primarily for a medication review but we also talked about some developing symptoms. She recommended some blood work to rule out some things. There was confusion at the lab on the tests and I had to go back again to give more blood. That was annoying but my real complaint was that I have had no follow up contact. As I look at my blood work results on-line, it appears to be okay but I expected that I would have been contacted to confirm that.