Dr. Robert Drummond
Urgent Care Physician
About Dr. Drummond
Dr. Drummond is a native of Jacksonville, FL. After graduating from Stanton College Preparatory School, he attended Morehouse College in Atlanta GA, where he received his B.S. in Biology. While at Morehouse, Dr. Drummond developed a passion for mentoring and research, and graduated Magna Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa.
Upon completion of his undergraduate studies, he attended the Medical Scientist Training Program at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, where he received both his MD and PhD in Cellular and Molecular Medicine. His passion for mentoring and recruitment led to numerous institutional diversity awards, including the David E. Rogers award for Medical Professionalism and Community service.
After completing an internship and residency in Internal Medicine at LAC+USC Medical Center in Los Angeles, Dr. Drummond finalized his training with a postdoctoral Research Fellowship at UCLA.
Dr. Drummond’s multiple interests have led to a wide range of positions. He is currently the Lead Clinician and Director of Laboratories at the Montebello Urgent Care center with OPTUM and he served as a Physician in the California Army National Guard.
Dr. Drummond also works as a concierge physician in the Greater Los Angeles area and is a medical consultant for various corporations throughout the country.
Personalized Medical Care
Executive VIP Concierge Medicine
Dr. Drummond specializes in concierge medicine for a number of entertainers and athletes in the Greater Los Angeles Area. From movie sets to music studios, Dr. Drummond travels across Los Angeles so that you don't have to. Dr. Drummond holds patient satisfaction and patient privacy in the highest regard, so rest assured that all of your consultations will be strictly confidential.
Companion Animal Documentation
Emergency STD testing and treatment
Medical Forms (Disability, Excused absence documentation for work/school)
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