Listen Now: 2/7/22 on KPFA.org—94.1FM
My guest was Dr. Michael Lenoir. We discussed current health issues, such as Covid 19, asthma, disparities in health care, and other questions from you.
Michael LeNoir, MD, is an allergist in the East Bay, board certified in both the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, and served on the Board the American Association of Certified Allergist. He is also an associate clinical professor at UCSF, and for 20 years he was the Director of Allergy Services at San Francisco General Hospital. He has a special interest in asthma in the African American and high risk communities, and genetic polymorphisms. He served as the President of the Northern California Allergy Association, and has served as the chairperson of the Underserved Committee of the American Academy of Allergy. Dr. Lenoir served as the President of the National Association of Physician Broadcasters and he was one of 50 physicians, nationwide, chosen to receive the Pfizer Positive Physician Award from the American Medical Association. He has served as the President of the Ethnic Health Institute at Alta Bates Summit Medical Center, and Chair of the Board of the African American Wellness Project. For over 10 years he served as the medical editor for KCBS radio, hosting a 2 hour weekly talk show, and he was also the host of About Health on KPFA radio for many decades. He continues to do radio and podcast programs, such as Black Doctors Speaks collaborating with blackdoctors.org. He has 4 daughters and 5 grandchildren.