Dan Huynh MD, FACP
Regional Chief, Hospital Medicine
Kaiser Permanente
Dr. Dan Huynh, MD FACP, is a distinguished hospitalist practicing with the Southern California Permanente Medical Group (SCPMG). With over two decades of experience, he has demonstrated exceptional leadership skills and a commitment to enhancing the quality of healthcare at Kaiser Permanente, Southern California Region (KPSC).
During his tenure as the regional hospitalist chief, Dr. Huynh played a pivotal role in standardizing and enhancing the quality of care delivered by over 500 hospitalists across KPSC. His efforts contributed significantly to ensuring consistency and excellence in patient care throughout the region.
In his role as the regional medical director for home care services, Dr. Huynh spearheaded the introduction of innovative care models, such as the COVID Home Monitoring program. This initiative utilized technology to provide care for more than 22,000 COVID patients in the comfort of their homes, demonstrating Dr. Huynh's commitment to leveraging advancements in healthcare to benefit patients. Currently, Dr. Huynh leads the expansion of KPSC's Advanced Medical Care at Home program, the largest acute care at home program in the nation. This program ensures that patients receive high-quality, personalized care outside of traditional hospital settings, improving access and outcomes for individuals in need of acute medical services.
Dr. Huynh earned his medical degree from the University of California, Irvine, School of Medicine, and completed his residency at UC Irvine Medical Center.
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