Joined United Gastroenterology in June of 2008, and along with patient care he serves as Medical Director of Mid Levels and Director of Medical Informatics.
He Graduated from the University of Pittsburgh and received his Medical Degree from Albany Medical College in New York State in 1993. During his training and after graduation he served in the National Health Service Corp and was assigned to the Watts Health Center in South Central Los Angeles, where he provided healthcare to the medically underserved.
In 1996, Bryan co founded the Los Angeles Mission Community Clinic, a free clinic for the indigent and homeless in the Skid Row area of Los Angeles, where he served as Medical Outreach Director. He also has served as Directory of Clinical Services at City Help a non-profit agency in Los Angeles. Over his 20 year career in healthcare he has been honored to receive the Healthcare Provider Recognition Award from the Hollywood Sunset Free Clinic and the Bank of America Local Hero Award.
He is a member of the California Academy of Physician Assistants and also serves on the healthcare advisory board for World Impact LA Health Ministries.
Bryan lives in the Temecula Valley with his wife and two children.