José A. Chibrás, M.D. has served as the Chief Medical Officer of Marin Community Clinics since November, 2017, after serving as the Associate Chief Medical Officer since 2016. He brings a broad range of experience, including more than two decades as a Chief Medical Officer of Federally Qualified Health Centers in Sonoma and Santa Cruz Counties.
Dr. Chibrás is an Internal Medicine physician who specializes in the care of adults. His focus is on primary care, which includes preventive care as well as chronic disease management. As Chief Medical Officer Dr. Chibrás, in addition to his role as a physician, oversees all clinical staff and specialists, as well as the Quality Improvement Department.
Dr. Chibrás has a degree in Biology from the University of California, Santa Cruz, a Doctorate in Medicine from Michigan State University College of Human Medicine and completed his residency at the University of Iowa and Michigan State University. Dr. Chibrás also has experience as volunteer Clinical Faculty at several Universities in California and Michigan. Additionally, Dr. Chibrás recently completed a Fellowship at the University of California, Davis in Primary Care Psychiatry in 2016 and a Leadership Fellowship through the California Health Care Foundation (CHCF) San Francisco, California in 2013. He resides with his family in Petaluma, California and enjoys hiking, fishing, cycling and photography.