Marianna Kong, MD

Assistant Professor,
Family Community Medicine
+1 415 476-5251

Marianna Kong, MD serves as the Physician Practice Transformation Specialist at the Center for Excellence in Primary Care at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), and is a faculty member in the Department of Family & Community Medicine. Dr. Kong leads the Clinic First initiatives at the Center for Excellence in Primary Care, which aim to disseminate best practices in primary care teaching clinic transformation. Dr. Kong is also a primary care provider in the San Francisco Department of Public Health at the Silver Avenue Family Health Center. She completed her residency in family and community medicine at UCSF, and obtained her medical degree at Harvard Medical School. Her interests include primary care transformation and innovation in underserved communities, immigrant/refugee health, and social determinants of health.


Making a Business Case for Team-Based Care.

Family practice management

Kong M, Bodenheimer T, Willard-Grace R

Primary Care Urgently Needs Support for Interprofessional Teams.

The Permanente journal

Kong M, Bodenheimer T

Models of Faculty Involvement in Primary Care Residency Teaching Clinics.

Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges

Bodenheimer T, Knox M, Kong M

Quality Improvement Models in Residency Programs.

Journal of graduate medical education

Bodenheimer T, Dickinson WP, Kong M

Continuity of Care in Residency Teaching Practices: Lessons from "Bright Spots".

The Permanente journal

Dubé K, Gupta R, Kong M, Knox M, Bodenheimer T