Ramin Davidoff, MD, is co-chief executive officer of The Permanente Federation, a consortium of all the Permanente Medical Groups in the nation, supporting the work of 24,605 Permanente physicians in the 8 Kaiser Permanente regions across the country. In this role, Dr. Davidoff provides leadership and strategic direction to all the Permanente Medical Groups and partner with Kaiser Foundation Health Plan and Hospitals on Kaiser Permanente’s national strategy.
Dr. Davidoff assumed his role on January 1, 2021, as executive medical director and chairman of the board for the Southern California Permanente Medical Group. SCPMG is one of the largest self-governing medical groups in the country, consisting of physicians caring for more than 4.8 million Kaiser Permanente members in 197 medical offices and 16 hospitals across Southern California.
Dr. Davidoff serves as the chairman of the board and CEO of The Southeastern Permanente Medical Group in Georgia and as a board member of the Kaiser Permanente Bernard J. Tyson School of Medicine. He is also chairman and CEO of the Hawaii Permanente Medical Group.
Prior to these roles, Dr. Davidoff was an assistant area medical director for SCPMG’s Baldwin Park Service Area since 2008, caring for nearly 300,000 members. Dr. Davidoff joined SCMPG in 1992 as an intern in general surgery at Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center.
After completing his undergraduate degree at University of California, Irvine, Dr. Davidoff continued at UCI to receive his medical degree. He completed his residency training in urology at Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center and began his practice at Kaiser Permanente Baldwin Park Medical Center in 1998. Dr. Davidoff is board certified in urology. In his spare time, Dr. Davidoff enjoys time with family, including traveling and playing basketball with his 3 sons. He is an avid reader and favors a vegetarian diet.