Hector Llenderrozos, MD
Dr. Hector Llenderrozos has a long history of Medical Student and Resident teaching and comprehensive patient care in under-resourced, urban communities, where he strives to apply humanistic and public health principles to patients, families, and communities. He believes that oaths of Maimonides and Hippocrates apply beyond our clinic doors.
He graduated from The University of Chicago with a B.A. in Biology, received a Master of Public Health and M.D degrees from the University of Illinois at Chicago. He then completed the Family Medicine Residency training program at the University of Michigan, whereupon he joined the faculty there in clinical care and teaching.
He has taught and learned from medical students, residents, other health care professionals, and patients in such diverse places as Shanghai, China, Cambridge, Massachusetts, and multiple institutions in Southern California. He has served as Clinical Faculty at UC-Irvine, USC, and is currently the Associate Family Medicine Residency Program Director at Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science.
Dr. Llenderrozos is passionate about communicating with patients from all backgrounds. He is doing his best to promote continuity of care and staying curious, interested, and engaged.