Q&A with Jordan Shlain, M.D of Private Medical-Webinar/Teleconference
Are you wondering what you can do about Coronavirus – COVID-19?
Family Office Insights Webinar/Teleconference
Family Office Insights Members Only
Friday, March 13 at 2:15pm EDT to 3:15pm EDT
Learn from the practicing medical professionals at Private Medical.
Private Medical is a discreet, referral-only medical family office providing private medical care for over 800 UHNW families.
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● COVID-19 situation update
● Myths & unknowns
● Practical strategies for:
○ Preparing your family
○ Safely engaging with the healthcare system
● Travel considerations
● Interventions & options recommendations
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Jordan Shlain, M.D of Private Medical-Webinar/Teleconference
Presenter: Jordan Shlain, M.D.
Shlain is the founder and CEO of Private Medical, a medical family office. He graduated from UC Berkeley before receiving his MD from Georgetown University School of Medicine and completing his Internal Medicine Residency at UCSF. As a practicing primary care physician and a nationally recognized thought leader on national health issues, he has spoken to dozens of corporations and financial services groups including Google, Genentech, Procter & Gamble, The Economist and Northern Trust, in addition to being featured in the New York Times. He established Private Medical in 2002 and has since built the preeminent medical family office providing private care to over 700 UHNW families with locations in San Francisco, Silicon Valley, Los Angeles and New York. He has served as a Mayoral appointed Commissioner on the Health Service Systems Board of San Francisco, founded the first AI digital health company (Healthloop), is an advisor to emerging and established health care companies, and is a guest professor at Princeton University, Columbia University, and UC Berkeley.
Presenter: Eric Swagel, M.D.
Dr. Swagel is a Managing Partner and Chief Medical Officer at Private Medical, a medical family office. He graduated from Tufts University before receiving a Masters’ degree in Plant Biology from UC Berkeley and an MD from the UCLA School of Medicine. He completed his Internal Medicine residency training at UCSF. With over 20 years of medical experience, he was drawn to Private Medical by a practice model focused on cultivating relationships with patients and having the time and resources to provide them with exceptional care. He prides himself on his ability to communicate complex issues clearly and formulate care plans that honor patient values. Prior to joining Private Medical, Dr. Swagel was a faculty member at UCSF, where he received numerous awards for his work as a clinician, educator, and led Quality Improvement efforts at the San Francisco VA Medical Center.
Presenter: Jennifer Peña, M.D.
As a member of the White House Medical Unit (WHMU) and the doctor for the Vice President of the United States from 2017-2018, Dr. Peña led the coordination and execution of medical planning for chemical, radiologic and biological threats to the White House complex during the Ebola epidemic of 2013-2016. She also served as the Medical Director at Camp David and Senior Physician where she supervised the preparation of emergency medical response to key threats, and directed comprehensive clinical support, policies and protocols for the defense capabilities of the WHMU. Dr. Peña’s U.S. Army experience includes tours of duty as Staff Internist and Medical Director in the Executive Medicine Clinic at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital, Chief of the inpatient Hospitalist Service at FBCH, and a 2012 deployment to Afghanistan. Prior to her appointment as Assistant Professor of Medicine for the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, she graduated from Yale University, the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and completed an Internal Medicine residency at Walter Reed Army Medical center.