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James J. Shariati M.D.

Dr. Shariati established Airport Urgent Care in 2009 in order to continue providing excellent medical services to his community. As the medical director of this prominent multi-specialty clinic in the LAX area, he is known for the diligent care he provides to residents of the Greater Los Angeles Community.
Dr. Shariati graduated with honors from the University of Pavia and attained an internship in Switzerland. He later moved to the United States to further his medical education where he worked and trained in the field of cosmetic/plastic surgery, in association with Dr. P. Cheski ,who was one of the fathers of trans-umbilical Breast Surgery in California.
Following the training program, he was admitted into a surgical residency program at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York. He continued his Surgical Residency at the University of Maryland, providing him with exposure to all the specialties of General Surgery such as Orthopedic Surgery, Urology, Transplant Surgery, Cardiothoracic Surgery, Neurosurgery and Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
Dr Shariati is proud of his decision to pursue the science of medicine and to actively participate in his patients' personal happiness through improvement of their health and improvement of their lives.












Jay Azari. M.D. Ph.D

Has worked in emergency and Occupational medicine for the past 18 years. He joined Dr. Shariati and airport urgent care to render caring and professional service to the community.
Dr.  Azari After finishing his under graduate at California Polytechnic and university of California at Berkeley, did graduate at work at University of California Santa Barbara.
Received his doctoral degree from University of Arizona and did his Post doctoral fellowship research in Cardiovascular area at University of California in San Diego.
Started his internship at University of California Irvine and finished his residency at Maricopa Medical  Center in internal medicine. He became Diplomate of American board of Internal medicine in 1996.