Juan Guerra, MD, ABOG
- Education and Training
BA, Pomona College
MD, University of Illinois
Residency, OB-GYN Residency Program, Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center
Faculty Development Program, University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) School of Medicine
Teaching Scholars Program, UCSF School of Medicine
Fellowship, Kaiser Permanente-George Washington University Social Mission in Medicine
Dr. Juan Guerra provides culturally competent and culturally sensitive care to his patients and stresses the practice of evidence-based medicine. He also instructs medical students and medical residents, emphasizing the development of interpersonal communication skills among all medical staff and especially with patients. Dr. Guerra has founded and led several groups devoted to medical education and preparing the medical community to address California’s health care needs.
- Prior Positions (selected)
- 2001–presentStaff Physician Partner, OB-GYN GeneralistThe Permanente Medical Group2006–presentVolunteer Associate Clinical ProfessorUCSF School of Medicine2008–2011Member, Faculty Development Advisory CommitteeUCSF School of Medicine, Office of Medical Education2009–presentCo-FounderSalud En Español2009–presentCo-Director, Women’s Health Undergraduate Research InternshipUCSF and Kaiser Permanente East Bay2010–2012Former Assistant Program Director, Kaiser Permanente Longitudinal Integrated ClerkshipKaiser Permanente and UCSF School of Medicine2014President, Association of Clinical FacultyUCSF School of Medicine2014–presentLeadLa Salud Permanente Latino Health Elective
- Honors and Awards (selected)
- 2013Visionary Award WinnerKaiser Permanente Latino Association2013Recognition of outstanding teaching, research, and contributions to medical educationKaiser Permanente East Bay College of Academic Physicians2014–2016Outstanding Volunteer Clinical Faculty Award in Medical Student TeachingUCSF School of Medicine2016IMQ 2016 Cultural Linguistic Competency Physician Leader AwardInstitute for Medical Quality2018R.J. Erickson Group Award, Introduction to Integrated Health Care ProgramKaiser Permanente National Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity
- Publications (selected)
The Little Doctor (El doctorcito). A children’s book about the day I was introduced to the challenges of obtaining culturally and linguistically appropriate healthcare. Arte Público Press, 2017, Houston, TX.