Swope Health

Naiomi Jamal, M.D., M.P.H., C.M.Q.

Chief Health Officer

As Chief Health Officer, Dr. Naiomi Jamal heads the Department of “Quality and Population Health” at Swope Health. She is responsible for organization wide clinical quality, performance and process improvement, along with Population Health initiatives geared towards meeting the quadruple aim of improving provider and patient experience, improving population health outcomes and resource stewardship. This includes developing and overseeing a quality plan for the entire organization.

She also practices as a primary care physician through the Independence clinic and sees a variety of complex medical diagnoses. Dr. Jamal is on faculty at University of Missouri-Kansas City where she is responsible for developing and delivering a preventive medicine and public health curriculum for family medicine residents. She is also responsible for the didactic lecture series “Social and Structural Determinants of Health” at the UMKC School of Medicine for Medical Students.

Dr. Naiomi Jamal completed her Medical Degree from The Aga Khan University, in Pakistan. This was where she first developed an interest in serving vulnerable populations. She later finished a family medicine residency from the University of Texas Medical Branch in 2015. She went on to complete a General Preventive Medicine and Public Health Residency and obtained a Master’s degree in Public Health from UTMB in 2017. She is also Board Certified in Medical Quality.

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