California’s first-ever surgeon general quits

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California’s first-ever surgeon general quits

Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, California’s first-ever surgeon general, is stepping down, state officials confirmed Tuesday. “Dr. Burke Harris’ expertise and leadership in advocacy for equity, mental health and early childhood development has been instrumental in improving the health and well-being of Californians Governor Gavin Newsom said in a statement to KCRA 3. “I thank her for the impactful initiatives and frameworks she put in place as California’s first ever Surgeon General, and we will continue this important creating healthier communities across the state.” No details were released on who Burke Harris would replace. She was appointed in January 2019 by Newsom, who then said she was hired to focus on tackling the root causes of serious health conditions, using her office to reach young families across the state. . Prior to this role, Burke Harris served as CEO of the San Francisco Center for Youth Wellness, which she also founded. Outside of wellness, Burke Harris has spoken with KCRA 3 in the past regarding stay-at-home orders and hospitalizations related to COVID-19.

Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, California’s first-ever surgeon general, is stepping down, state officials confirmed Tuesday.

“Dr. Burke Harris’ expertise and leadership in advocacy for equity, mental health and early childhood development has been instrumental in improving the health and well-being of Californians Governor Gavin Newsom said in a statement to KCRA 3. “I thank her for the impactful initiatives and frameworks she put in place as California’s first ever Surgeon General, and we will continue this important create healthier communities across the state.

No details were released on who would replace Burke Harris. She was appointed in January 2019 by Newsom, who then said she was hired to focus on tackling the root causes of serious health conditions, using her office to reach young families across the state. .

Prior to this role, Burke Harris served as executive director of the Center for Youth Wellness in San Francisco, which she also founded.

Outside of wellness, Burke Harris has spoken with KCRA 3 in the past regarding stay-at-home orders and hospitalizations related to COVID-19.

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