Dr. Oliver T. Brooks

co-chair of California’s drafting guidelines workgroup, chief medical officer of Watts Healthcare Corporation

Former president of the National Medical Association; Chief Medical Officer of Watts HealthCare Corporation

Dr. Oliver T. Brooks on KCRW

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