Faculty

Family Medicine Core Faculty

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.

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.

Alexander Rodgers, MD, MPH
Core Faculty
Residency: Kaiser Permanente Fontana
Interests: Leadership development, social determinants of health research.

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.

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

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

Kelli McSwan, PhD
Behaviorist Faculty
Training: PhD in Clinical Psychology with Minor in Neuropsychology
Fellowship: Postdoctoral fellow in Clinical Neuropsychology, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Interests: sports concussion, rehabilitation services, provider well-being

Kelly Jones, MD
Family Medicine OB Faculty
Residency: Georgetown University/Providence Hospital, Washington, DC
Fellowship: Maternity and Family Health at CHMC/USC, Faculty Development at Keck School of Medicine at USC, and National Institute for Program Director Development, AAFP
Interests: Federally Qualified Health Centers, OB care, cultural competency