Welcome to the
Manoukian Medical Group

Dr Mariam
Mariam Manoukian MD   Jerry Manoukian MD

Internal Medicine
2500 Hospital Drive, Building 4A

Mountain View, CA  94040

telephone 650  940 -1006
facsimile 650  940 -1008
Dr Jerry

Drs Mariam and Jerry  Manoukian
are part of Stanford's University Healthcare Alliance. 
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You can access our StanfordHealthCare.org website HERE

 Our office location is 2500 Hospital Drive, Building 4, Mountain View, California 94040

For Directions to our office, click HERE

About our practice
Manoukian Medical Group has been in operation since 1992.  In October 2012, we joined the University Medical Group, which is part of Stanford's University Healthcare Alliance.  Other local physicians  in the University Medical Group include Dr. Munir Javed and Dr. Geeta Krishna.  
Doctors Mariam and Jerry Manoukian are both board-certified in internal medicine.  Dr. Mariam Manoukian has additional training in endocrinology.  She is also fluent in Russian and Armenian. 

We are long-standing members of the El Camino Hospital community.  However, we do not generally admit patients to the hospital, instead relying on hospitalists on staff at El Camino Hospital.  When needed, we will admit and follow patients at Mountain View Healthcare Center, a local skilled nursing facility.

These are the information forms that we give to new patients - please print them out ahead of time and bring them with you:


Stanford Health Care Privacy Notice

Stanford Health Care Terms & Conditions of Service

Financial Assistance Application (PDF)

Solicitud de Ayuda Financiera (PDF) (Espaņol)

Contacting us:  You can send detailed messages (including personal health info) though our MyHealth portal at https://myhealth.stanfordhealthcare.org/
MyHealth discussions are encrypted and secure, so only you, me, and the NSA will have access to the messages.
We can give you a temporary log-in code to get started.  You must be physically present in the office to receive a temporary code.

News Flash:  We have received multiple calls  for "routine labs"  in advance of appointments.

We will order appropriate laboratory testing at appointments, not by telephone.
There are many reasons for this:

  • Too many of the tests are denied by insurance because of wrong diagnosis code, leaving you stuck with an unwelcome bill
  • New diagnoses are often discovered at the office visit, prompting unexpected lab orders.
  • You may be expecting different lab tests than what the physician thinks are needed
  • Test orders are sent to the wrong lab - this happens all the time!!
  • Going through your chart to choose "appropriate labs" is time-consuming and typically happens at end of day when Doc needs to get home
  • Coverage of testing by insurance is very different for private insurance vs. Medicare.  Both are unpredictable.

If you think you should have labs drawn in advance after reading the above, send a MyHealth message.  Let's not handle this by telephone.