Video: Reducing the Black and Latino Physician Shortage With Kaiser Permanente

September 25, 2013 4:09 pm

Reducing the Black and Latino Physician Shortage
Dr. Maia McCuiston Jackson
Physician Director of Multicultural Services
Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group

Dr. Maia McCuiston Jackson, Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical GroupBlacks are now 14 percent of the U.S. population and 4 percent of physicians’ Latinos are 16 percent of the population and 5 percent of physicians. What can hospitals do to create a pipeline of physicians from these groups and to effectively recruit and retain them? Hear how one leading healthcare organization is proactively addressing the gap.




Dr. Maia McCuiston Jackson

Dr. Maia McCuiston Jackson attended Spelman College in Atlanta, GA, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry.  She received her medical doctorate from Wayne State University in Detroit, MI and completed a residency in Pediatrics at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

Dr. Jackson has been a pediatrician with the Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group for 4 years where she currently serves as the Physician Director of Multicultural Services.  She also practiced with The Southeast Permanente Medical Group (Kaiser Permanente – Georgia) for 2 years.

As Physician Director of Multicultural Services, Dr. Jackson actively works to strategically engage with and ensure that Mid-Atlantic medical group physicians are prepared to provide care to the diverse patient population in a culturally proficient and sensitive manner, while optimizing the best health outcomes.

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