Tipu V. Khan
MD, FAAFP, FASAM
Chief of Addiction Medicine for Ventura County Medical Center; Fellowship Director of the VCMC Addiction Medicine Program; Core Faculty of the VCMC Family Medicine Residency Program; Director of the Primary Care HCV Eradication Project; Medical Director of Prototypes Southern California; Assistant Clinical Professor at UCLA DGSOM.
Subsequent to earning his BA in Philosophy and his BS in Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior from UC Davis, Dr. Khan went on to earn his MD from the University of Washington with a certificate in The Underserved Pathway. Dr. Khan completed his residency training at Harbor/UCLA in Family Medicine and an Obstetrics fellowship at CHMC/USC.
His clinical practice includes addiction medicine, emergency medicine, high risk obstetrics including addiction in pregnancy, inpatient medicine, and HCV treatment. Dr. Khan is the Medical Director of the Primary Care Hepatitis C Eradication Project. He helped develop a simplified treatment algorithm for Primary Care that has been applied in numerous practices across the country. Through his leadership, his programs have successfully cured thousands of HCV patients throughout California.
He enjoys his kids, running, OCR, endurance events, and Jiu-Jitsu.