Maia Mossé, MD

Internal Medicine

Dr. Maia Mossé grew up bilingual in Los Angeles. She moved to the Bay Area for her long and award-filled tenure at Stanford University. Maia first graduated with honors in Human Biology before continuing her studies at Stanford Medical School where she received the Gold Humanism Honor Society award for her commitment to humanism in her clinical practice. Subsequently, Dr. Mossé received the Wolfsohn Award for “exemplary professionalism, teaching, and dedication to patient care” during her residency in Internal Medicine. In her final year of residency, she was one of two people who received the “Patient-Centered Medicine Award” from the Stanford Department of Internal Medicine.

Dr. Mossé’s clinical interests include extending lifespan and healthspan, cancer survivorship, skin care and rejuvenation, and Alzheimer’s prevention. She has also worked as a Medical Advisor to BrainMind, a private community of top brain scientists, entrepreneurs, philanthropists, and academic institutions. 

In addition to all of this, Maia received a Fulbright grant in 2015 to conduct a pilot study on diabetes education in Honduras at a non-profit community clinic. Her commitment to community service has also been acknowledged with numerous other awards, such as the Stanford Walk the Talk Award and MundoFox38 Excelencia Latina award.

In her spare time, Dr. Mossé enjoys meditation, scuba diving with her husband Ross, nerding out over relationship science such as the Gottman Method, cycling between the sauna and cold plunge, and learning healthy recipes.

“I’m grateful to be part of The Village Doctor family where I can serve patients using a cutting-edge, preventative medicine philosophy oriented around patients thriving, not just surviving. I’m excited that The Village Doctor offers personalized, holistic care and that my patients have easy access to me, all made possible by our excellent medical assistants, medical concierge and support staff. I look forward to the opportunity to build meaningful, lifelong relationships with both my patients and my colleagues at The Village Doctor.”