Yohanna Barth Rogers
Chief Medical Officer,, UMMA Community Clinic
Yohanna Barth-Rogers, MD, is a board-certified Family Medicine doctor and the Chief Medical Officer at UMMA Community Clinic in South LA. She earned a degree in Philosophy at Smith College and earned her medical degree at the Medical School for International Health. Dr. Barth-Rogers went on to complete her medical residency at the Long Beach Memorial Family Medicine Program. Her primary interests include trauma informed care, addiction medicine, hepatitis C treatment, women’s health, behavioral health integration, and quality improvement. Alongside her work as CMO, she is co-chair of the Climate Change Clinician Committee at CPCA, driven by the knowledge that climate change is the biggest health threat we face and our most vulnerable communities will be those most affected.