Sara Ohadi-Hamadani, MD
Dr. Sara Ohadi-Hamadani, MD is from Wichita, KS. She was inspired to become a physician after seeing family and co-workers struggle with chronic conditions that were poorly treated. Also an inspiration is her heritage as part-Osage and a member of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation on her mother's side - as well as being the child of an Iranian immigrant on her father's side. She wants to help her patients with primary and preventative care through all of life’s stages.
Dr. Ohadi-Hamadani initially obtained Bachelor’s degrees in both Political Science and Spanish at Wellesley College in Massachusetts. She even studied abroad in Puebla, Mexico for a semester! After five years working to improve workers livelihoods through as a campaign researcher for two labor unions in the Northeast, she decided to go back to school and get a Bachelor’s in Biological Sciences at the University of Maryland, then on to the University of Kansas School of Medicine – Kansas City. During her medical education she received several awards, including induction into the medical school Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA) and Gold Humanism Honor societies and receiving medical school awards for Pride in Professionalism and the Glasgow Rubin Certificate Award on behalf of the American Medical Women’s Association (AMWA) for being a female graduate in the top 10% of her medical school class.
Dr. Ohadi-Hamadani loves the variety that being a family medicine doctor allows. She appreciates that she gets to learn every day and that no two days are the same. She has a special passion for preventative care and empowering patients to maintain or improve their health and quality of life throughout all stages and phases.
If you become a patient of Dr. Ohadi-Hamadani, she’d like you to know that she’s excited to help you take care of your health, advocate for you, and improve your chronic conditions without judgement. “I will respect your wishes while also encouraging evidence–based medicine and up-to-date medical knowledge to your healthcare,” she says. Dr. Ohadi-Hamadani speaks Spanish and is excited to use her dual language skills as well.
When she’s not in the clinic, Dr. Ohadi-Hamadani and her husband are probably cuddling up and playing with their four rescue kitties. They also love traveling the world together. On a recent trip, she was able to see clinic care at an Urgent Clinic hospital in Romania! Dr. Ohadi-Hamadani is also an avid roller derby player and coach – even representing Team Kansas in the States Roller Derby Competition in 2020 in Philadelphia!