Katherine R Pocock, PA-C

Clinical Instructor of Family Medicine (Clinician Educator)

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Kate Pocock, MHS, PA-C, is a Clinical Instructor of Family Medicine working with the Keck School of Medicine USC Street Medicine team in the development of curriculum, evaluation of and quality improvement efforts within the practice of Street Medicine. Additionally, she practices clinically with the Street Medicine team and is grateful for the opportunity to care for this patient population and be part of an innovative delivery of vital medical care to some of the most underserved patients. Prior to joining the USC Street Medicine team, she worked as an emergency medicine physician assistant and community clinician for the White Mountain Apache Tribe and Navajo Nation in Arizona.

She received her B.A from the University of California, Berkeley (’08) and obtained her M.H.S from Duke University (’13), where she was an Underserved Community Scholarship Program scholar. She is currently pursuing a DrPH with a Health Policy concentration from Johns Hopkins University. Her clinical and academic interests include social determinants of health, health equity, implementation, and health policy. In her free time, she enjoys hiking with her spouse and son, road biking, reading, and spending time in the ocean surfing.