José Ramos, M.D.

José Ramos, MD

José Ramos, M.D.

“Family medicine was a natural choice for me, as I was looking for a way to marry my love of full-spectrum medicine with my desire to impact the public health outcomes of my community. I practice a compassionate, patient-centered care model that focuses on respect, dignity and collaborative decision-making. I have found that this approach […]

“Family medicine was a natural choice for me, as I was looking for a way to marry my love of full-spectrum medicine with my desire to impact the public health outcomes of my community. I practice a compassionate, patient-centered care model that focuses on respect, dignity and collaborative decision-making. I have found that this approach empowers my patients to be more active participants in their health while helping me focus on individual goals. I hope that all my patients feel unrushed, well heard and well supported.”

Board-certified family physician José Ramos, MD is motivated to provide respectful, culturally responsible, high-quality and patient-centered care that focuses on each person’s individual needs and goals. He is involved in Physicians for Social Responsibility and provides volunteer care to immigrants, mentors under-represented minorities seeking healthcare careers, and volunteers with a street-medicine ministry in the Arroyo Seco homeless encampments. In his free time, Dr. Ramos enjoys traveling, dancing, sports and spending time with his wife and son.

Board-Certified: American Board of Family Medicine

Specializing in: Family Medicine

Residency: Family Medicine, Dignity Health California Hospital Medical Center/USC, Los Angeles, CA

MD: Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA

Member: Society of Teachers in Medicine, American Academy of Family Physicians, California Academy of Family Medicine, Physicians for Social Responsibility, American College of Physicians, American Medical Association, Christian Medical and Dental Association

Locations: Pomona
Areas of Interest: Preventive Care, Hospital Medicine, Low-Risk Deliveries, Immigrant Health Issues, Homeless Health Issues, Vulnerable Populations, Sports Medicine, Women’s Health, Adolescent Health