Dr. Khai Nguyen

National Medical Director

As CHAP’s National Medical Director, Dr. Khai Nguyen has a significant interest and passion for the intersection of health policy and medicine. He serves CHAP internally by providing a clinical perspective whereby we create relevant, emerging educational content; and externally in the training, sharing of current innovations, and helping partners evaluate how they care for people in order to be their best.

Nguyen is a Board-Certified Physician in internal medicine, geriatrics, and a previous Hospice Medical Director. He provides primary and specialty care to senior patients, with an emphasis on disease prevention, treatment of chronic illnesses/geriatric syndromes and preservation of function.

Dr. Nguyen completed a fellowship in geriatric medicine at UC San Diego School of Medicine and a Residency in Internal Medicine at Scripps Green Hospital in La Jolla. He earned his Medical Degree from University of Vermont College of Medicine in Burlington, Vermont, and holds a Master’s Degree in Health Policy and Certification in Health Finance and Management from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. His health policy experience includes past work at CMS Division of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention where he worked on the Healthy Aging Project.