Gordon Chen

Dr. Gordon Chen is Chief Medical Officer of ChenMed, where he manages all clinicians and clinical leaders and oversees clinical training, quality, outcomes, physician culture, and medical costs. He has helped the company expand from six medical centers to approximately 80 locations in 10 states (listed below). He has also hired and trained more than 400 providers on ChenMed’s unique value-based healthcare-delivery system.

Dr. Chen is board certified in internal medicine, cardiovascular disease, and echocardiography. He received his MD degree from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and his bachelor’s degree in economics from Brown University.

He is also the president of Nicaragua Medical Missions, a Christian nonprofit organization that strives to create medical mission opportunities to meet the needs of multiple underserved Nicaraguan communities.

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Author’s book

The Calling

The Calling

Chris Chen & Gordon Chen

A CT scan revealed Dr. James Chen, a Miami physician, had a cancerous, inoperable, tumor behind his nose. The prognosis was bleak. Dr. Chen had eight weeks to live. Dr. Chen and his sons, Chris and Gordon, looked for a miracle. Chris was completing a cardiology fellowship. Gordon was finishing medical school. They knew what […]

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