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Evolving Leadership Training

For the past fifteen years, the Center for the Health Professions has trained leaders and emerging leaders in health systems throughout California and across the nation. We are very proud of the individual and collective contributions our alumni are making in health care. In order to maintain the high bar we’ve set for ourselves to provide relevant and effective curriculum, we have continuously evaluated our training programs. Learn More »


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Right at Home in Los Angeles: Building the Safety Net Medical Home

Alexander (Alex) Li, MD joined Los Angeles County Department of Health Services (LA DHS) as the first Chief Executive Officer of Ambulatory Care Network in May 2011. LA DHS, comprised of nineteen free-standing community clinics and four hospital medical centers, is the second largest municipal health system in the United States. The nineteen Ambulatory Care Network clinics serve as the medical home for over 280,000 empaneled primary care patients.

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Mission Possible - Improving the Lives of All Older Adults in Marin: Needs and Assets Scan of Culturally Appropriate Services for Older Adults in Marin County

Author: Angela Marks, Sunita Mutha

EXTERNAL PUBLICATION: Marin Community Foundation. The report presents findings of a community engaged evaluation of the capacity of Marin’s key service providers in the aging field to provide high quality, culturally appropriate services to a growing diverse population.