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Curren Warf

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Curren Warf

Medical Director, Youth Health; Head of Adolescent Medicine
BC Children's Hospital
Expertise: 
pediatrics and adolescent medicine
adolescent and child abuse
youth in high-risk environments
physicians and social responsibility

Biography

Dr. Curren Warf is the medical director of the Youth Health staff and division head for Adolescent Medicine at BC Children's Hospital in Vancouver, British Columbia. Previously, he was a pediatrician and specialist in adolescent medicine at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles. He was chair of the Adolescent Health Committee of the Los Angeles area chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, and a member of both the Adolescent and Child Abuse Special Interest Sections of the AAP. Over 10 years, he developed expertise working with child and adolescent victims of child abuse and youth in very high-risk environments. Warf was medical director of the High Risk Youth Program for homeless and runaway youth in Hollywood and surrounding communities. He was an assistant clinical professor of pediatrics at USC's Keck School of Medicine and is on the board of directors of Physicians for Social Responsibility Los Angeles. Warf was a fellow of both the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Society for Adolescent Medicine and holds a master's degree in education.

BC Children's Hospital, Adolescent Medicine
4500 Oak Street A325
Vancouver  V6H 3N1, Canada
United States
Office Phone: 
604-875-2345

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