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A native of Hawaii, Dr. Shaylin P. Chock currently serves as a psychiatrist in Los Angeles, California, where she relocated after earning her Doctor of Medicine. Dr. Chock holds several positions, including Chief Resident of the LAC+USC Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Training Program, Psychiatric Weekend Attending at Gateways Hospital and Mental Health Center, and Psychiatric Emergency Room Physician at the Olive View-UCLA Medical Center. Prior to accepting her current positions, Dr. Shaylin P. Chock completed a residency at the UCLA San Fernando Valley Psychiatry Training Program from 2007 to 2010. After earning her Bachelor of Science at the University of Portland in 1999, Shaylin P. Chock entered the University of Hawaii, where she undertook postbaccalaureate studies in biochemistry, computer and information technology, child development, and physiology. She entered the university's John A. Burns School of Medicine in 2002. As a medical student, Shaylin P. Chock received several scholarships in recognition of her service, merit, and leadership work in the school and the community. These scholarships included the Kua'ana Native Hawaiian Student Development Service Scholarship, the Native Hawaiian Leadership Project Scholarship, and the Nadine Alexander Kahanamoku Scholarship. Chock also belonged to a number of groups on campus, and she co-founded the Na Kauka O Neia Wa Hikina: Medical Student Mentoring Program, which provided students interested in medicine with mentoring from current M.D. candidates. Aside from medicine, Dr. Shaylin P. Chock has a lifelong interest in hula as a cultural and physical practice. She has competed extensively and served as an ambassador of the art during cultural exchanges.

Work experience

Jan 2010Present


Los Angeles County, Univeristy of Southern California


Jan 2002Jan 2007

Doctor of Medicine

John A. Burns School of Medicine, University of Hawaii