Dr. Terry Krekorian obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Psychobiology from UCLA, and then graduated from the UCSD School of Medicine. He received a grant from the Deafness Research Foundation and completed an Otologic Fellowship, performing research within the UCSD Division of Otolaryngology. Dr. Krekorian then completed a general surgery internship at Huntington Memorial Hospital in Pasadena, California. He matriculated in Head and Neck Surgery at Harvard Medical School, and then transferred to complete an Anesthesiology Residency and subsequently, a Pediatric Cardiac Anesthesia Fellowship at UCLA. He previously served as Assistant Clinical Professor in Pediatric Anesthesia and Cardiac Anesthesia at UCLA. At Cedars Sinai Medical Center, he was a member of the Pediatric, Cardiac, Neurologic, and General Anesthesia teams. Dr. Krekorian is on staff at the Diagnostic and Interventional Spine and Sports Center in Marina Del Rey. Dr. Krekorian brings his medical expertise to PCH Treatment Center where he is involved in medical management, operations, administration, client services, marketing and strategic planning. Drs. Ball and Krekorian founded PCH Treatment Center in 2009.