|Jerry Abraham, MD, MPH, CMQ
PCLP Site: Franklin Primary Health CenterJerry Abraham, MD, MPH, CMQ is a board-certified Family Physician at the University of Southern California (USC) Eisner Family Medicine Center at Dignity Health California Hospital in Downtown Los Angeles. During medical school at the University Of Texas School Of Medicine in San Antonio, Dr. Abraham participated in the NMF Primary Care Leadership Program (PCLP), where his Scholar project focused on understanding challenges facing FQHCs along the Gulf Coast. In 2018, Dr. Abraham returned to PCLP by serving as a Faculty Advisor in Los Angeles, helping guide a new class of Scholars through project implementation.
Dr. Abraham also holds a Master of Public Health (MPH) from the Emory University Rollins School of Public Health, and has completed a Fellowship in Injury Epidemiology & Global Health at Harvard University. He currently serves as Health Policy, Medical Quality & Faculty Development Fellow at Eisner Health, and is Adjunct Clinical Faculty at the USC Keck School of Medicine in the Department of Family & Community Medicine.
|Nicholas “Kenji” Taylor, MD, MSc
PCLP Site: East Arkansas Family Health CenterAs an undergraduate, Kenji Taylor, MD, MSc studied Neuroscience, East Asian Studies and Entrepreneurship at Brown University in Providence, RI. He then attended the University Of Pennsylvania Perelman School Of Medicine. As a medical student Dr. Taylor participated in the NMF Primary Care Leadership Program (PCLP) in West Memphis, Arkansas. He then returned to PCLP as a Faculty Advisor in 2018, working with Scholars in Oakland, CA.
Throughout medical school and PCLP, Dr. Taylor developed a passion for health disparities, social justice, and community medicine. He has worked at the University of California, San Francisco General Hospital to complete his residency program in Family and Community Medicine. As an applied epidemiology Fellow at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, he experienced firsthand the excitement and possibilities of global health policy and HIV medicine as a family doctor. He is especially interested in HIV primary care, adolescents, transgender health and health information systems. Currently, Dr. Taylor acts as the Founding Medical Director of #TRAP Medicine in Oakland, CA and as an Associate Editor of Primary Care Reviews and Perspectives for Hippo Education in Los Angeles, CA.