Lisa Warren, DO
Chair, Department of Pediatrics-
College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific
2002- 2004 Pediatric Residency - Scott and White Memorial Hospital; Temple, Texas
2001 - 2002 Internal Medicine/Pediatrics – Internship - Scott and White Memorial Hospital, Temple, Texas
1997 - 2001 D.O., Western University of Health Sciences, Pomona, CA
1993 - 1997 B.A. in Neuroscience – Pomona College, Claremont, California
- Diplomat, American Osteopathic Board of Pediatrics, 2012
- Diplomat, American Board of Pediatrics, 2004, Recertification 2014
- COSTIN Scholar, 2014
- Osteopathic Medical Board of California
- Texas Medical Board
- Director, Career and Professional Development Office at Western University of Health Sciences
- Pediatric Residency Program Director at Scott and White Memorial Texas A & M Temple, Texas
Western University of Health Sciences – Patient Care Center; Pomona, CA
- Career and Professional Development
- Outstanding Clinical Faculty for DO Class 2014
- Texas A&M Health Science Center Outstanding Pediatric Teaching Award from Class 2008
- American Academy of Pediatrics - Member of D.O. Section of AAP
- American Academy of Osteopathic Pediatricians
- Osteopathic Physicians & Surgeons of California
- American Osteopathic Association
- Department of Pediatrics
- Department of Career and Professional Development
- Warren, L. and Davidge, R., Infantile Digital Fibromatosis, Consultant for Pediatricians, September 2014, p 426-7.
- Prasannan L, Warren L, Herzog CE, Lopez-Camarillo L, Frankel L, Goepfert H. Sinonasal myxoma: A Pediatric Case. Journal of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology 2005; 27:90-92.
Dr. Lisa Warren, FAAP, FACOP is a board certified osteopathic pediatrician who is the Chair of Pediatrics and Director for Career and Professional Development at Western University of Health Sciences. She received her medical school degree in 2001 at Western University of Health Sciences and completed her pediatric residency at Scott and White/Texas A&M in 2004.
Dr. Warren demonstrates excellence as teacher, mentor, and leader in academic and clinical medicine. She has received recognition for her teaching efforts, mentoring support for medical students and residents, as well as development of a comprehensive, integrated Career and Professional Development curriculum for the Osteopathic medical students at Western University of Health Sciences. In addition to her administrative responsibilities, she is a practicing pediatrician at the Patient Care Center at Western University caring for the local community from birth through adolescents in a comprehensive, holistic approach.