Alicia Bazzano, PhD., M.D., M.P.H.
is a board-certified Pediatrician and academically trained public health researcher who has dedicated her career to community service. Dr. Bazzano was deeply involved in the founding, planning and development of the Achievable Health Center, and spearheaded our model of care as one of the founding Chief Medical Officers (CMO). Dr. Bazzano also serves as Physician Consultant at the Westside Regional Center, as well as on the clinical faculty of the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine, where she teaches medical students and residents about developmental disabilities.
Dr. Bazzano completed medical school and pediatric residency at UCLA and was awarded a fellowship as a UCLA Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar, which fosters the development of physicians to lead the transformation of health care. She completed a Masters in Public Health and a doctorate in the Department of Health Policy and Management at UCLA. Dr. Bazzano has published in peer-reviewed journals and has been awarded foundation, state and federal grants to create and implement programs for children and adults with developmental disabilities. Most recently, Dr. Bazzano was awarded a California Health Care Foundation Leadership in Health Care Fellowship. She speaks English and Spanish.