Keck School Faculty

Jehni Robinson, MD
Jehni Robinson, MD
Chair and Clinical Professor of Family Medicine;Associate Dean for Primary Care
Family Medicine
HSA Unit 22 A-6 6416 1000 S. Fremont Avenue Health Sciences Campus Alhambra
Jehni Robinson, MD is the Chair of the Department of Family Medicine and a Professor of Clinical Family Medicine. She has also served as the Vice Chair for Clinical Affairs since 2014. She received her undergraduate degree from Stanford and completed medical school at the Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta, GA, where she graduated Summa Cum Laude. Dr. Robinson completed her internship and residency at Harbor-UCLA in the Family Medicine Residency Program and completed a fourth-year chief residency and faculty development fellowship.

Previous to joining the team at USC, Dr. Robinson served as Chief Medical Officer at the Saban Free Clinic, formally the Los Angeles Free Clinic, where she developed interdisciplinary teams and created innovative models to provide comprehensive primary care to underserved communities. She also served as Interim Clinical Director at The Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles County coordinating quality improvement activities across a consortium of community clinics and served as faculty in the Harbor UCLA Transforming Primary Care Fellowship where she developed curriculum, coached and developed Family Medicine Fellows and taught the principles of Patient Centered Medical Home.

Dr. Robinson has a combination of practical administrative experience from leading a large, multi-service community clinic and experience in teaching and developing curriculum. She is passionate about care for underserved communities, developing teams and creating efficient patient centered models of care that bring joy back into the practice of medicine. She is interested in developing reliable systems of care that improve quality across multi-specialty practice. She is also a skilled physician who has dedicated her career to caring for children, adolescents, adults and their families in the context of their community.
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