Liza Shiff, MD

Liza Shiff, MD

2490 Hospital Dr., Suite 300
Mountain View, CA 94040
Fax: (650)396-4308
Contact by e-mail

Wheelchair accessible

CREDENTIALS/DISCIPLINE: Boston University School of Medicine BA, MD Georgetown University, internship UC Irvine, residency Stanford University Medical Informatics certificate

Board Certified: AAGP

Number of years treating patients with eating disorders: 10+ years

Number of patients with eating disorders you treat annually: 15+

EDUCATION, TRAINING, and EXPERTISE: General practice wellness and prevention hypertension, diabetes, nutrition, exercise


Personal affordable accessible practice. Accept no insurance but 24/7 access and appt within 48 hours for established patients. No waiting. Total chart access and worldwide availability via email.

Yes, I feel you can recover from an eating disorder. Recovery is a lifetime process one day at a time. Patient must continue regular care and recovery groups often for a lifetime, and “cure” means staying connected and helping others. Recovery from any addiction is a remitting and relapsing daily challenge. Knowing when to ask for help is the key and staying connected is what makes help possible. “Cure” is really just surrendering, forgiving, helping others, and strong safe coping mechanisms.Life is not black and white, it is a happy in-between grey.

LANGUAGES: English, French, Hebrew

POPULATIONS SERVED: Adults, Athletes, Families, Females, Males, Seniors

CONDITIONS TREATED: Addictions, Anorexia Nervosa, Binge Eating, Body Dysmorphic Disorder, Bulimia Nervosa, Compulsive Exercise, Night Eating Syndrome, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Overeater, Overweight

TREATMENT APPROACHES: Medical Evaluations, Support Groups, Referrals to all alternative options, Support group to restart soon on Monday evenings in office

TREATMENT SETTINGS: Outpatient, Phone Counseling, E-Therapy (email) Support, Referrals available to inpatient and residential, Willing and experienced in working as part of a team

FEES: Cash, Credit Cards, Personal Checks, Insurance: PPOs and HSAs may submit their own superbills usually “Provider out of the network” in a PPO: patient needs to apply for reimbursement