Victor Cisneros, MD, MPH, CPH
Faculty, Department of Emergency Medicine, Eisenhower
Latino Advisory Board Member, Eisenhower Foundation
Director of Community Health Outreach, Eisenhower Health
Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Graduate Medical Education, Eisenhower
Friday, October 20, 2023,
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Are you a community college student aspiring to make it big in the healthcare sector but feeling overwhelmed by the ambiguity of the road ahead? Have you been seeking credible insights only to find yourself inundated with hearsay or unreliable online blogs? If so, this workshop, “Navigating the Journey from Community College to Director of Emergency Medicine,” is tailor-made for you.
Get exclusive access to invaluable knowledge, career strategies, and firsthand experiences from Dr. Victor Cisneros, an accomplished professional in emergency medicine. With credentials including an MD, MPH, and CPH, Dr. Cisneros serves as faculty in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Eisenhower, holds a membership on the Latino Advisory Board for the Eisenhower Foundation, and is the Director of Community Health Outreach and Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for Graduate Medical Education at Eisenhower Health. His journey started similar to yours—a student in community college aspiring for a better future. Learn the exact path he took, including the challenges he faced, the mentors he found, and the resilience he mustered to ascend to his current position.
Why settle for fragmented pieces of advice when you can hear it directly from someone who has walked the path you aspire to tread? Register now to take a pivotal step toward turning your medical career dreams into a tangible reality.
About the Speaker:
Dr. Cisneros was born in Guadalajara, Mexico but was raised in Anaheim, California. Attended Santa Ana Community College and graduated from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona where he received his Bachelors in Science in Biotechnology Engineering and a minor in Chemistry. He obtained his Medical Degree (MD), masters of public health (MPH), and later board certification in public health (CPH) at University of California Irvine School of Medicine. He was part of the Program In Medical Education for the Latino Community (PRIME-LC), a dual degree program that focuses on training and increasing physician-leaders who are culturally sensitive and linguistically competent to address the specific needs of California’s Latinx population. After medical school, he completed his emergency medicine residency training at UC Irvine Medical Center, where he was one of the chief residents. During residency, he served as At-Large Director/Board member for AAEM/RSA and liaison to the Diversity and Inclusion Committee and International Subcommittee. Furthermore, he served as the vice-chair for the social emergency medicine EMRA committee and completed a research fellowship in Population Health and Social Emergency Medicine at UC Irvine Health-Department of Emergency Medicine. Currently, he serves as attending physician and Graduate Medical Education (GME) Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Eisenhower Health, where he continues his passion for teaching, mentoring and interest in the community and public health
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Topic: Navigating the Journey from Community College to Director of Emergency Medicine
When: Friday, Oct 20, 5:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)