Steven Kobrine, MD – Family Medicine Specialist in Turlock, CA
Dr. Steven Kobrine, MD is a Family Medicine specialist located in Turlock, CA. Dr. Kobrine completed his residency at University of Colorado Denver and currently practices at Turlock Care Center Urgent Care – affiliated with Memorial Medical Center – accepting various insurance plans and receiving outstanding ratings from patients.
Early Life and Education
Kobrine is the proud parent of two sons; Sam and Kevin. Both children possess some athletic ability and enjoy participating in basketball and volleyball activities, which their father encourages them to partake in as part of growing up.
Kobrin is a world-renowned pianist. He has performed at Carnegie Zankel Hall and Avery Fisher Hall in New York; Kennedy Center in Washington; Salle Gaveau/Louvre Auditorium Paris and Great Hall of Moscow Conservatory among many others.
He has recorded for numerous labels and appeared in movies such as Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln (2012), Chloe Zhao’s Nomadland (2020), and Guillermo del Toro’s Nightmare Alley (2021). Additionally, he serves on the faculty at Eastman School of Music while giving masterclasses across Europe and Asia.
Kobrine has appeared in various films including Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln (2012) and Chloe Zhao’s Nomadland (2020), as well as Guillermo del Toro’s Nightmare Alley (2021) as well as making multiple television appearances.
Kobrine used the CT scans as his basis, deciding that a coronal opening–an incision running from ear-to-ear across the top of the head–would provide him with optimal exposure during what had become an urgent operation.
Corona del Mar High’s volleyball program requires impressive players, so when Kobrine decided to commit to UCLA his junior year it was no question for head coach Steve Conti. Even so, Sea Kings public address announcer Jon Haines needed to create a nickname for Kobrine.
Achievement and Honors
Kevin Kobrine and Kevin were outstanding basketball and volleyball players at Corona del Mar High School, becoming notable club volleyballers who eventually made UCLA head coach John Speraw notice them and invite them onto his squad.
Kobrine recorded 224 kills and 131 total blocks while helping the Sea Kings win the CIF Southern California Regional Division II championship. He earned All-Pacific Coast League first team honors as well as All-Orange County honorable mention recognition, while making USA Volleyball’s youth national training team.
He’ll join Hunter – who played an instrumental role in leading the Sea Kings to 30 wins under Conti – and McHenry for another season, giving the Sea Kings an unbeatable front row trio.
Kobrine’s family epitomizes his passion for sports: brothers Sam and Kevin both played college basketball; Sam coaches high school runners while leading running vacations (he once ran 100 miles in a day on Grand Canyon’s North Rim); while his father Ron completed 30 consecutive Boston Marathons!
Kobrine immediately paged his colleague and rushed Brady into OR 4. Even with medication prescribed, Brady’s intracranial pressure remained dangerously elevated and needed immediate intervention.
Kobrine used a microscope and worked on the right side of Brady’s brain, opening through the dura and sucking out an accumulation of clots from deep within Brady’s skull. After this important step was completed, he moved down into his left frontal lobe where he discovered what turned out to be the main fragment from the flattened bullet fragments.
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