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LaTanya R. Hines, MD, FACOG

Assistant Professor

Dr. LaTanya Hines is an obstetrician and gynecologist who has been involved in medical education for over a decade through lecturing, acting as preceptor, and mentoring medical students. She is a member of the Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity Advisory Committee.

Education and Training

  • BS, University of California, Los Angeles
  • MD, University of California, Irvine School of Medicine
  • Internship, University of Southern California Department of Surgery
  • Residency, Martin Luther King Jr./Drew Medical Center Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Fellowship, American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ACOG)

Years

Selected Prior Positions

2002-2006 Allied Women’s OB-GYN Medical Group Partner
Huntington Memorial Medical Center
2006-2011 Sole Proprietor
Girlfriends Medical Group, Inc.
2008-present Associate Visiting Clinical Lecturer
University of California, College of Medicine, Irvine
2012-present Southern California Permanente Medical Group (SCPMG) Medical Partner
Kaiser Permanente West Los Angeles Medical Center
2016-present Assistant Physician in Charge
Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Medical Office Building
2016-present Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity Champion
SCPMG West Los Angeles Medical Center
2017-present Physician Ambassador Community Relations and Marketing
Kaiser Permanente West Los Angeles Medical Center

Years

Selected Honors and Awards

1996 UCI Medical School Outstanding Senior Award
University of California, College of Medicine, Irvine
2001 Outstanding Senior Resident Teacher of the Year
King/Drew Medical Center Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
2008 Top Doc Award
Oprah Magazine
2008 Top Doc Award
Pasadena Magazine
2011 Top Doc Award
Pasadena Magazine

Selected Publications

Peer-reviewed research manuscripts

  • Murata Y, Hines LR. A study of the relationship between 5-HT in cerebrospinal fluid and behavioral state in the fetal lamb. Journal of Undergraduate Research in the Biological Sciences 1991 Jul;21:483-494.