Marianna Kong, MD

Title(s)Assistant Professor, Family Community Medicine
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address2540 23rd Street
San Francisco CA 94110
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    Marianna Kong, MD serves as the Associate Director for Practice Transformation at the Center for Excellence in Primary Care at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), and is a faculty member in the Department of Family & Community Medicine. Dr. Kong leads practice coaching and the Clinic First initiatives at the Center for Excellence in Primary Care, which aim to disseminate best practices in primary care teaching clinic transformation. She also serves as an Associate Medical Director in the UCSF Health & Human Rights Initiative's Human Rights Collaborative, which provides forensic medical evaluations to survivors of torture and ill-treatment applying for asylum. Dr. Kong is also a primary care provider in the San Francisco Department of Public Health at the Silver Avenue Family Health Center. She completed her residency in family and community medicine at UCSF, and obtained her medical degree at Harvard Medical School. Her interests include primary care transformation and innovation in underserved communities, immigrant/refugee health, and social determinants of health.
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    1. Storylines of family medicine XII: family medicine and the healthcare system. Fam Med Community Health. 2024 Apr 12; 12(Suppl 3). Ventres WB, Stone LA, South-Paul JE, Campbell KM, Petty AR, Ekanadham H, Stange KC, Etz RS, Miller WL, Ferrer RL, Kong M, Bodenheimer T, Strasser R, Reece SCM, Freeman J, Westfall JM. PMID: 38609091.
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    2. Making a Business Case for Team-Based Care. Fam Pract Manag. 2023 Jul; 30(4):31-37. Kong M, Bodenheimer T, Willard-Grace R. PMID: 37432162.
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    3. Primary Care Urgently Needs Support for Interprofessional Teams. Perm J. 2022 Nov 21; 1-4. Kong M, Bodenheimer T. PMID: 36411268.
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    4. Models of Faculty Involvement in Primary Care Residency Teaching Clinics. Acad Med. 2020 Feb; 95(2):190-193. Bodenheimer T, Knox M, Kong M. PMID: 31464735.
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    5. Quality Improvement Models in Residency Programs. J Grad Med Educ. 2019 02; 11(1):15-17. Bodenheimer T, Dickinson WP, Kong M. PMID: 30805091; PMCID: PMC6375330.
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    6. Capsule Commentary on Misra-Hebert et al., Implementing Team-Based Primary Care Models: A Mixed-Methods Comparative Case Study in a Large, Integrated Health Care System. J Gen Intern Med. 2018 11; 33(11):1958. Kong M. PMID: 30203356; PMCID: PMC6206365.
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    7. Continuity of Care in Residency Teaching Practices: Lessons from "Bright Spots". Perm J. 2018; 22:18-028. Dubé K, Gupta R, Kong M, Knox M, Bodenheimer T. PMID: 30010534; PMCID: PMC6047846.
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