Geriatric Clinical Services at Stanford Medicine

Nationally Recognized and Age-Friendly Health Systems

SHC Senior Care


Home-Based Senior Care


Post Acute Services


Inpatient Geriatric Medicine Stanford Medical Center


Inpatient Geriatric Medicine Stanford Medical Center

Inpatient Geriatrics Team:

Nannette Storr-Street, RN


Geriatric Clinical Nurse Specialist

Alex Cours, MD

Clinical Assistant Professor

Matthew Mesias, MD

Clinical Assistant Professor

Julie Thai, MD

Clinical Assistant Professor

Juliana Marwell, MD

Clinical Assistant Professor

Lindsey Haddock, MD

Clinical Assistant Professor

Inpatient Geriatrics Consultation Service:


The Inpatient Geriatrics Consultation services provides consultations for people over the age of 65 admitted to Stanford Medical Center for concerns of:

· Geriatric trauma

· Delirium in the setting of dementia

· Advance care planning/Goals of care in the setting of advanced dementia

· Geriatric syndrome management

· And more…


The K7 Acute Care for Elders (ACE) Unit:


The Acute Care for Elders (ACE) unit on K7, is a special unit in the hospital where the entire interdisciplinary team is dedicated to caring for older adults. People over the age of 65 years hospitalized on this unit have their care reviewed by an interdisciplinary team comprised of the primary admitting team, geriatrics team, nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists, case managers, and nutritionists. ACE units have been shown to reduce the loss of functional decline while older adults are admitted to the hospital.