Lisa Biggs, MD, is associate chief medical Officer of the CHOP Care Network, co-director of the Possibilities Project and primary care pediatrician at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). Dr. Biggs’ responsibilities include the clinical oversight of the network of 31 primary care locations, with a vision to provide the highest quality, safest care in an environment that operates effectively and efficiently.
Dr. Biggs has held a variety of leadership roles and served on many committees, all of which have supported the CHOP mission of education, research and patient care. Dr. Biggs passionately believes that the current primary care delivery model needs a “refresh” to better suit the needs of patients, families and staff of today and equally important to her is to maintain the patient/pediatrician relationship and ensure alignment with the precepts of the pediatric medical home.
Dr. Biggs received her medical degree from University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. She then completed her pediatric internship and residency at CHOP, where she stayed on and became staff in 1994.
Education and Training
MD - University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH
Pediatrics - The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
Pediatrics – American Board of Pediatrics
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