In August of this year California Governor Gavin Newsom named USC alumna Diana Ramos, MD, to the state’s surgeon general post. Ramos is a proud double Trojan, first attending USC as an undergraduate student in communications, then going to the Keck School of Medicine of USC to receive her medical degree.

One of five state surgeon generals in the nation, Ramos recently discussed her goals to reduce health care disparities and improve mental health care access for those living in California.

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