Pat Borman, MD
Neuro-Geriatrics, Memory and Dementia, Research
Assistant Clinical Professor of Geriatrics, University of Hawaii John Burns School of Medicine
Director, Memory Disorders Center
Sub-Investigator, Alzheimer’s Research Unit
Clinical Assistant Professor of Geriatric Medicine
Fellowship Training: Palliative Care, Institute of Palliative Medicine at San Diego
Geriatric Medicine, Swedish Family Medicine
Residency: Family Medicine, University of Washington in Seattle.
Medical School: George Washington University in Washington, D.C.
Dr. Borman is part of the multidisciplinary team of geriatricians, neurologists, brain rehab specialists and brain health and wellness specialists trained in diagnosing and treating memory disorders and dementia. Memory Disorders Center staff are dedicated to continued support those living with memory disorders. Care for the caregivers is a vital part of the Memory Disorders Center program and includes education, counseling, coordination of care and access to resources in the community. Our staff advocate for the highest level of independence compatible with comfort and safety. Dr. Borman helps families with complex medical decisions and developing individualized goals of care. At home, she loves her husband and cat and enjoys quilting and cooking. She has served in her “dream job’ here serving our patients since 2015.