Dr. Tanveer Bokhari is Umpqua Health Alliance’s VP of Quality and is also the Health Equity Officer. Dr. Bokhari is a trained physician in Internal Medicine from Pakistan, and has lived in several countries outside the United States; besides English he is fluent in Urdu, Punjabi and Hindi, with a working knowledge of Arabic. He has extensive experience in Quality Improvement, especially from a systems’ level. As the Health Equity Officer, he works with stakeholders to ensure the application of equity across all UHA departments and programs. Dr. Bokhari is a participant of the 2020 DELTA cohort and is also enrolled in a Health Equity course run by the National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity (NAPE). Recently, he served as the Medical-Surge Branch Director within the Douglas County’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC), where he oversaw the surge preparation efforts at the two county hospitals and coordinated efforts for standing up the ACS. He also worked as a bridge between the EOC and UHA to facilitate the implementation of several Covid-19 related projects with a focus on SDOH-E.