Dennis Truong, MD

Regional Director of Telemedicine and Mobility, Assistant Physician-in-Chief of Northern Virginia, Kaiser Permanente

Dennis V. Truong, M.D. has been with the Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group, P.C. (MAPMG) as an Emergency Medicine physician since 2010.  In addition to hands on and virtual patient care in the Kaiser Permanente Tysons Corner Medical Center, he has helped with the genesis and development of Kaiser Permanente’s innovative 5 local Clinical Decision Units .

After holding numerous leadership positions involving KPHealthconnect, the Clinical Contact Center, and Physician Education and Quality Improvement, he was named Regional Director of Telemedicine/Mobility in May 2014, gaining accountability for existing programs and future roadmap of services. In May 2016, he additionally assumed the role of the Assistant Physician-In-Chief (APIC) for Capital Planning and Innovations for the Northern Virginia service area. He also serves as a member of the National Quality Forum Telehealth Committee and the KP Virtual Care Workgroup.

After earning his B.A. in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology from the University of California-Santa Cruz, Dr. Truong received his M.D. from Michigan State

University in East Lansing, MI completed a residency in Emergency Medicine at William Beaumont Hospital in the suburbs of Detroit, MI. Dr. Truong is a veteran of the United States Air Force, having served over three proud years.  Upon completing his military commitment, he split time between the Veteran Affairs Medical Center in Palo Alto, CA and The Permanente Medical Group in Walnut Creek, CA. Dr. Truong received his Physician Executive M.B.A. from University of Tennessee. He is a board-certified Emergency Medicine physician licensed in Virginia, Washington, D.C., Maryland, Florida, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina.