About Me

Dr. Hribar was born in New York, and she moved to the San Francisco Bay Area when she was ten years old. During her childhood she lived in the East Bay, San Francisco and Mill Valley. She attended Convent of the Sacred Heart Elementary and SF University High school. After graduating from UHS, Kambridge attended UC Berkeley for her undergraduate studies. Throughout high school and college she was a soccer coach in San Francisco and a lifeguard at Ann Curtis swim club in Terra Linda. While majoring in History, with a concentration in African-American history and European history, she also completed 2 research fellowships in otology at the University of Tübingen in Germany and at UCSF. She matriculated to the University of Southern California for medical school, and also conducted a one-year research fellowship in surgical pathology and surgical oncology. She continued to train in Head and Neck Surgery at the affiliated hospitals of USC (LAC-USC General Hospital, the University Hospital of USC, The House Ear Institute, the Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center and the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles) and completed her residency training in 2009. Dr. Hribar served as Chief Resident during her final year at LAC-USC General Hospital. She lives in San Francisco with her husband, Benjamin Nichols MD, who is a Dermatologist in Marin, and her two children.