Monique George, MD, Vice Area Research Chair for Woodland Hills/Ventura

Monique George, MD, FAAFP

Vice Area Research Chair

Woodland Hills

Family Medicine


Dr. Monique George is a family medicine physician and a core faculty of the family medicine residency program at the Kaiser Permanente Woodland Hills Medical Center. She is vice area research chair for Woodland Hills on the Southern California Permanente Medical Group’s Regional Research Committee. She is an assistant clinical professor of family medicine at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.

Dr. George organizes the annual Kaiser Permanente Woodland Hills Medical Center Family Medicine and Pharmacy Research Symposium and serves as the medical center’s Peer Review Medical Committee chair. Her research interests span a variety of topics within the field of family medicine. She has served as the principal investigator and supervised residents on retrospective observational studies in areas including drug safety in the elderly population, renal safety in HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis, and trends in neonatal phototherapy.



Areas of Focus

  • Family medicine
  • Geriatric medicine
  • Drug safety


MBChB (MD equivalent)
University of Otago, School of Medicine
Dunedin, New Zealand

Honors and Awards

  • American Academy of Family Physicians Teaching Award, 2020
  • Kaiser Permanente Family Medicine Residency Teaching Award, 2018