Our team of is made up of the best online doctors, medical scientists, and data engineers. They all work hard to deliver you the highest quality of care.
Our medical leadership team is made up of world-class physicians and experts. They cover a range of specialties and have studied at some of the top medical institutions across the globe. They partner with our leadership team to tackle complex, strategic questions and ensure we have the best online doctors in telemedicine.
With 20 years of ER experience, Dr. Brown has worked at top US hospitals including University of Illinois, Chicago and IU Health Arnett Hospital.
Dr. Leventer-Roberts graduated with a degree in physics from Wesleyan University and earned her M.D. from Yale University School of Medicine.
Dr. Jeffries is a pediatric cardiac intensivist at Seattle Children’s Hospital. He completed a residency in pediatrics and a fellowship in pediatric intensive care. He has published chapters and peer-reviewed articles, with an emphasis on cardiac intensive care, informatics, outcomes assessment and quality improvement.
Edo Paz is VP Medical and Lead Physician at K Health. Dr. Paz has two degrees in chemistry from Harvard and an MD from Columbia University. He did his medical training in internal medicine and cardiology at New York-Presbyterian. In addition to his work at K Health, Dr. Paz is a cardiologist at Heartbeat Health, a cardiology practice located in New York City.
With more than 15 years of software engineering and data science experience, leading dev and data teams, and after studying for his BA in computer science, Dr. Souroujon earned his MD and graduated summa cum laude from the Tel Aviv University School of Medicine.
Dr. Mordel is an Attending Physician in the Emergency Departments of NYU Langone Hospital & Bellevue Hospital Center. Dr. Mordel is a graduate of the University of Georgia and served as an EMT for the city and county services.
Dr. Shafran is a board-cerfitied pediatrics physician. He received his medical degree from the Sackler School of Medicine in Tel Aviv and completed his medical residency at the Jacobi Medical Center. Dr. Shafran has done multipl fellowships—transplant ethics at Cleveland Clinic and pediatric nephrology at Rainbow, Babies & Childrens University Hospitals. He joins K Health to lead our pediatrics department.
Dr. Perlman is a clinical pharmacist and pharmacoepidemiologist, with over 10 years of experience advising patients and clinicians on medication use, personalization, and safety. He has extensively published peer-reviewed research addressing medication safety.
Clinical physicians are board-certified doctors who consult patients in the K Health app. They are employed by an independent physician-owned professional corporation, not by K Health, so that they can focus on delivering the best care.
Our medical sciences team includes doctors who are also data scientists and engineers. They partner with our technology teams to research, design, and verify the medical data and content that power the K Health app. Their work helps our clinical physicians be the best online doctors they can be.
Dr. Brewer brings with him over 30 years of experience in integrative and preventitive medicine. He’s served as the Chief Medical Officer at MDLive, Comprehensive Health Services, Inc., and more
Dr. Nelson is a licensed clinical psychologist in Palo Alto, CA. He received his doctorate from the California School of Professional Psychology, and has professional expertise in cognitive behavioral therapy. He has worked in outpatient services at Kaiser Permanente, and as a psychologist for the startup, Crossover Health.
With data-driven technology and a passion for making health care more accessible, you can join us on our journey to change how patients receive care.
Out patients choose K because they can receive quality care anytime, anywhere with the best online doctors. Our doctors enjoy the same flexibility and convenience.
We’ve lowered the barriers to entry of health care to allow more people to get the care they need. Your work directly impacts patients who wouldn’t otherwise receive it.