Neeta Ambe-Crain attended University of California, Irvine on a UC Regents scholarship and graduated with honors with a degree in Biological Sciences. After working on projects dealing with Diabetes, she attended medical school at UC Irvine and completed her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Sunset Kaiser Hospital in Los Angeles. After obtaining her board certification and fellowship in the American College of OB-Gyn she worked for several years at Kaiser Sunset where she focused on Gyn Urology, pelvic reconstructive procedures. In addition to maintaining a busy office practice she did clinical research and instructed residents in prolapse and reconstructive surgery.
She opened The Westlake Gynecology private practice with Nancy Taylor, M.D. in Westlake Village in 1990. Over the past twenty years she has served as a Board member of Los Robles Regional Medical Center as well as a founding member of the Joint Operating Committee of the Thousand Oaks Surgical Hospital. In the Conejo Valley, she has given lectures on Hormones and Heart Disease, Gyn Urology and Cancer Screening at local hospitals and schools, the CLU Women’s Health fair, and the American Association of University Women.
Over the past year, she has focused her medical practice to cancer and infectious disease screening, minor office surgeries, and issues related to women’s psychological and general healthcare.
Her free time is occupied with a wide range of activities including wake-boarding, snow-skiing, gourmet cooking classes, wine tasting, movie watching and adventurous travel with her husband and two sons. Their family is completed by a dynamic duo of doodle dogs.