Dr. Collins in the Media

Dr. Shauna Collins has been celebrated in television, radio, and print, for her life accomplishments and medical expertise for over 15 years


Dr. Shauna Collins in The Media



Dr Collins is frequently recognized
in television, radio, print, and celebrity blogs for her medical expertise and life achievements.

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Michael D. Antonovich

Former Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors

"Highly Commends Shauna Blake Collins, Outstanding 2008 Graduate of David Geffen School of Medicine, UCLA"

Los Angeles Times

"Too Stressed Out to Learn?" 

Dr. Collins featured as a super-achiever in the midst of challenge

Los Angeles Daily News

"Mother of Two Becomes Doctor at 41"

Dr. Collins is "a walking miracle"


Los Angeles Wave

Dr. Collins shares the front page with former
President Barack Obama

"Steel Thyself, Physician" 

Celebrity Blogging

Dr. Collins' Weight Loss Advice
Roland Martin Lifestyle Website: AllThat.tv

So You Want to Lose the Weight? Stop Dieting!
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5 Simple Action Steps for Effortless Weight Loss

UCLA Today

A Lesson in Perseverance

A Story of Inspiration & Hope

"Her childhood was anything but easy. When Collins was a baby, her father died in a plane crash, leaving her mother, Beverly, a widow at 24 with three young children to raise. Needless to say, the family struggled, and Collins was 15 when she dropped out of Pasadena High School to work...dead-end jobs..."

ABC Channel 7
Eyewitness News

Dr. Shauna Collins, Medical Expert
Interviewed by
Denise Dador, News Reporter

"Doctor's Orders: Tips to Avoid Illness From the Heat" 

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The Tavis Smiley Show
(Radio Interview) 

Shauna Blake Collins

Tavis Smiley:

"When it comes to learning or dreaming, Shauna Blake Collins proves that you're never to old to do both. Shauna has gone from flipping burgers to flipper her tassel as one of the...graduates from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA...This is quite a story!" 

*For complete articles and interviews access media archives via their respective websites*