Assistant Dean for Clinical Education; Director of Education; Professor
- Clinical Science
Dr. Lindsay Mazotti serves as the Assistant Dean for Clinical Education at the Kaiser Permanente Bernard J. Tyson School of Medicine. Starting in 2016 as a founding faculty member, she helped build the school curriculum, focusing her efforts on designing the clinical curriculum across all four years, integrating the clinical content with classroom courses, and on building a faculty development program. She currently chairs the Clinical Experience Subcommittee of the Curriculum and Educational Policy Committee for KPSOM.
Dr. Mazotti joined The Permanente Medical Group in 2010. At Kaiser Permanente East Bay, she is a hospital medicine physician and Assistant Physician-in-Chief for Education and Development. She oversees the Undergraduate and Graduate Medical Education programs at the largest medical education center in Northern California and leads the leadership and professional development programs and strategy for over 1,000 physicians and 2,500 staff. She has supported the creation of several new residency and fellowship programs and expansion of several other programs. She also helped establish and sponsor the Kaiser Permanente Academy of Medical Educators, which has expanded to other medical centers in Northern California. Prior to her role as APIC, Dr. Mazotti established the Kaiser Permanente-UCSF Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship (KLIC), a prototype for the KPSOM and other Kaiser Permanente-sponsored medical education programs, including the KLIC-SF program. Dr. Mazotti’s research interests include longitudinal integrated clerkships, medical student assessment and the alignment between GME outcomes, systems-based practice, and health systems science. She is currently a Co-PI on an American Medical Association "Change Residency Education" $1.35 million grant, along with colleagues from Penn State, Geisinger, Allegheny Health, and Virginia Tech, examining the Systems-Based Practice Competency and systems citizenship. Dr. Mazotti has presented her work and workshops at many medical education conferences nationally and has authored numerous peer-reviewed publications and several book chapters. She received her degree in Human Biology from Stanford University and completed her MD and residency in Internal Medicine Primary Care at UC San Francisco.