Angelico (Iko) N. Razon, MD, MPH, MSHP


Assistant Professor

Health Systems Science

Passionate about advancing health for medically underserved and overlooked communities, Dr. Angelico “Iko” Razon teaches community and population health and mentors students on community engagement projects. Prior to his current role, he served as Medical Specialist for the Division of COVID Containment at the Philadelphia Department of Public Health, where he managed clinical operations for pandemic response programs. Dr. Razon practiced internal medicine and pediatrics as a part of the Adult Care and Transition Team at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, an interprofessional and multidisciplinary care navigation program for youth with medical complexity and intellectual/developmental disabilities. As Co-Founder and Operations Chair of the Council of Young Filipinx Americans in Medicine, Dr. Razon collaborates with national networks of physicians and trainees to build community throughout the Filipino diaspora.

Faculty headshot of Angelico (Iko) N. Razon, MD, MPH, MSHP

Education and Training

BA, with honors, Harvard College
MD, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
MPH, Harvard University T.H. Chan School of Public Health
MSPH, University of Pennsylvania, Perelman School of Medicine
Postdoctoral training
Resident, Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, University of Michigan Health System
Fellow, National Clinician Scholars Program, University of Pennsylvania

Professional Positions

Nonprofit Management Fellow
Phillips Brooks House Association
Associate Fellow, Leonard Davis Institute of Health
University of Pennsylvania
Attending Physician
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Medical Specialist, Division of COVID Containment
Philadelphia Department of Public Health
Assistant Professor, Health Systems Science
Kaiser Permanente Bernard J. Tyson School of Medicine

Honors and Awards

Zuckerman Fellowship
Center of Public Leadership, Harvard Kennedy School
American Academy of Pediatrics
Filipino Young Leaders Program

Community Engagement

Happy Feet, a UCLA PRIME Project
Board Member
Philips Brooks House Association Alumni
Co-Founder & Operations Chair
Council of Young Filipinx Americans in Medicine

Scholarly Activities

Selected peer-reviewed research manuscripts
  • Whelan K, Levy K, Voit J, Razon A, Chopra V. Utilization of Primary Care Physicians by Medical Residents: A Survey-Based Study. Journal of Clinical Outcomes Management. 2018 October;25(8):357-366.
  • Razon A, Greenberg A, Trachtenberg S, Natalie S, Wu K, Ford L, El-Hage L, Quinn S, Szalda D. A multidisciplinary transition consult service: patient referral characteristics. Journal of Pediatric Nursing. 2019 July;47:136-141.
Invited Presentations
  • Agonafer E, Razon A, Bui T, Cuevas E, Weil A, Yepes-Rios M. Society of General Internal Medicine, Washington, DC. “Leaders Addressing Social Determinants of Health at the System Level.” May 2019.
  • Moya A, Razon A. Annual Meeting, Association of Philippine Physicians in America, Atlantic City, NJ. “The Council of Young Filipino American Physicians: Building on the National Young Filipino American Physician.” September 2019.
  • Razon A, Schapira M, Miller V, Da Costa N, Greenidge K, Szalda D. Exploratory Use of Decision-Making Scenarios Among Young Adults with Medical Complexity and Mild Intellectual/Developmental Disability. Podium Presentation, Health Care Transition Research Consortium, Houston, Texas. October 2023.
  • Mendoza G, Fry E, Harmony A. Razon A. Leveraging an interdisciplinary clinical team for pandemic response: Building capacity of a local public health department’s COVID-19 workforce. Oral Presentation at American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia. November 2023.