Family Medicine Program Faculty

Lisa Barkley, MD, FAAFP, FSAHM, FACSM  
Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Family Medicine

Dr. Lisa Barkley

Dr. Lisa Barkley is the Chair of the Department of Family Medicine and Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science (CDU).  She was the founding Program Director for the newly re-established Family Medicine Residency Program at CDU.  The program entered its first class in June 2018.  She led the program to initial and continuing accreditation by the ACGME.  She is triple board certified, and fellowship trained in family, adolescent and sports medicine. Prior to starting at CDU in 2017, Dr. Barkley was the founding Assistant Dean for Diversity and Inclusion at the University of Central Florida College of Medicine (UCF).  She led that program to initial accreditation by the LCME in diversity and inclusion and in the medical school’s integrated curriculum, she directed the longitudinal theme in Culture, Health and Society. Before coming to UCF in 2010, she was the founding Dean of the College of Health and Public Policy, the Medical Director for University Health Services and Head Team Physician at Delaware State University. 

Dr. Barkley received her M.D. at Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia, PA and completed her residency in family medicine at Montgomery Hospital in Norristown, PA, where she was elected Chief Resident in her PGY 3.  Following residency, she completed fellowship training in adolescent and sports medicine at Christiana Care Health Systems in Wilmington, DE.

She has received numerous awards for her leadership in the community, medical education and clinic. Dr. Barkley has dedicated her career to advancing health equity, especially for adolescent populations impacted by health disparities. 

FMRP Hector Llenderrozos

Hector Llenderrozos, MD, MPH
Program Director, Family Medicine Residency
Residency: University of Michigan
Interests: Quality improvement, bolstering continuity care, socio-cultural aspects of care, patient education and healthcare equity.

FMRP Alexander Rodgers

Alexander Rodgers, MD, MPH
Associate Program Director, Family Medicine Residency
Residency: Kaiser Permanente Fontana
Interests: Leadership development, social determinants of health research.

Jacqueline Allen, MD, MPH
Core Faculty
Residency: West Suburban Family Medicine Residency Program 
Interests: Full-spectrum family medicine in women’s health, obstetrics, pediatrics, and adult care.

FMRP Tasha Dixon

Tasha Dixon, MD, MPH
Outpatient Faculty Lead
Currently serves as the Family Medicine Lead
Attending at the Martin Luther King, Jr.
Outpatient Center.
Family Medicine, Harbor UCLA Medical Center /
Los Angeles County
Interests: Residents well-being,
residents education, residents engagement
and program development.

FMRP Helen Tran

Helen Tran, DO
Core Faculty
Residency: Harbor-UCLA.
Interests: Rancho Los Amigos – National Rehab Center- specialized primary care medical home for persons with special needs, in particular young adults with neuro-developmental disabilities.

FMRP Jimmy Hara

Jimmy Hara, MD, FAAFP
Family Medicine Core Faculty
Training: University of California, San Francisco
Interests: Board, Physicians for Social Responsibility, Board of Fire Commissioners, Venice Family Clinic, mobile homeless outreach, pioneer in the field of family medicine.