President and Founder
Dr. Turner-Lloveras a practicing internist, Co-founder and President of SaludConTech, and the Executive Director of The Latino Coalition for Health Equity (LCHE) have dedicated his career to promoting health equity and addressing disparities in healthcare. After earning his medical degree at The Pritzker School of Medicine, he completed residency training in Internal Medicine at Columbia University Medical Center. As a National Health Service Corps Scholar, he served as a primary care provider at two FQHCs in South Central Los Angeles and Skid Row. A passionate advocate for diversity in medicine, Dr. Turner-Lloveras was a founding faculty member of the Department of Medicine's Diversity & Inclusion Committee at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. His commitment to this cause began during his medical studies, when he initiated the University of Chicago chapter of the Latino Medical Student Association. Throughout his career, Dr. Turner-Lloveras has spearheaded a variety of transformative care delivery projects harnessing health information technology to reduce disparities in Black and Latino/communities. He has designed and evaluated interventions that address digital health inequities and overcome barriers to virtual healthcare adoption. In response to the pandemic, he developed remote teaching round protocols for medical students and residents, as well as cross-border virtual family visits to alleviate the psychological impact of family separation caused by hospital visitation restrictions. In addition to his clinical and educational roles, Dr. Turner-Lloveras is the co-founder and President of SaludConTech, an organization that unites diverse individuals across the entire healthcare spectrum. SaludConTech's members harness the power of entrepreneurship, health equity, and technology to combat digital exclusion and support underrepresented founders in developing successful startups that serve Latinx communities.

Speaking at:

Venture Connect: Scaling Digital Therapeutics: Lessons from Leaders
Tuesday, April 18 at 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
West Building, Level 1 | W196 A Details