It takes a village: The role of community partners in supporting trauma-informed healthcare access for victim/survivors of human trafficking
Apr 23, 2020 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Ending the cycle: Trauma-informed health services for victims/survivors of human trafficking. A multidisciplinary response
Apr 23, 2020 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Dr. Chambers attended medical school at George Washington, residency at Dignity Health Methodist Hospital, completed fellowships in Faculty Development, Program Director Development, and earned the title of Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians. He is the DIO and Program Director for the Dignity Health Methodist Family Medicine Residency Program, Chair of the Family Medicine Department, Chief of South Sacramento Hill Physicians, Medical Director for Mercy Medical Safe Haven Clinic, Physician Advisor for the Dignity Health Human Trafficking Response, Clinical Faculty for UC Davis School of Medicine, and Clinical Associate Professor for California Northstate College of Medicine. He is passionate about the acute and longitudinal care for patients who have experienced exploitation through human trafficking and the creation of trauma-informed, victim-centered “Medical Safe Havens” for survivors coinciding with resident physician education and training. With promising outcomes for over 1800 patient visits provided the Medical Safe Haven is a low cost and sustainable model that, if replicated, could to provide widespread care while concurrently training the physicians of tomorrow to appropriately identify, respond to, and longitudinally treat this vulnerable patient population.