Chief Executive Officer
Robert Margolis, MD, is the former co-chair of the board of DaVita HealthCare Partners. Dr.
Margolis was a founding partner and the managing partner of HealthCare
Partners’ predecessor, California Primary Physicians Medical Group.
Under Dr. Margolis’ leadership, HealthCare Partners became a highly
respected and innovative physician-owned and operated medical group,
independent physician association, and management services
Dr. Margolis has been on the leading edge of the managed
care industry for more than 30 years. He is a much sought-after
spokesperson because of his vast experience in integrated delivery
systems and physician practice management.
Dr. Margolis serves on the Board of several prestigious healthcare
organizations. He is one of seven board members appointed by the Los
Angeles County Board of Supervisors and UC Regents to the Board of
Directors of the new Martin Luther King, Jr., Hospital. Dr. Margolis
serves as a member of the HealthCare Policy Advisory Council for Harvard
Medical School and the Advisory Board of the Schaeffer Center for
Health Policy and Economics at the University of Southern California.
He is a Board member and immediate past Chairman of the Board of the
National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA), a Board member and past
Chairman of the Board of Directors of the California Association of
Physician Groups (CAPG), a Board member and immediate past Chair of the
Board of Directors of California Hospital Medical Center, Los Angeles
and a founding Board member of the Council of Accountable Physician
Practices (CAPP). He is a member of the Executive Management School
Advisory Committee of the School of Public Health at the University of
California, Los Angeles. He is a past member of the Catholic HealthCare
West Southern California Board of Directors and its Strategic Planning
Dr. Margolis is past chairman of the American Medical Group
Association and a two-time past chairman of the Unified Medical Group
Association.Dr. Margolis is board certified in Internal Medicine and
Medical Oncology. While practicing medicine, he was an active member of
the American College of Physicians and the American Society of Clinical
Oncology. He is a graduate of Rutgers University (high honors – Henry
Rutgers Scholar), and the Duke University Medical School (AOA) and
served a fellowship at the National Cancer Institute.