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Anh L. Ngo, MD MBA

Chief MEDICAL OFFICER, IPSO
CHIEF TECHNOLOGY Officer, IPSO


Dr. Ngo is Chief Medical Officer & Chief Technology Officer of IPSO.   He is an Instructor of Anaesthesia at Harvard Medical School (HMS), Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in the Department of Anesthesia, Critical Care, and Pain Medicine in Boston, MA.  Dr. Ngo has also served as Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Southern California (USC) Keck School of Medicine in Los Angeles, CA.

Dr. Ngo received his BS in the Biological Sciences, MBA in Information Technology Management from the Paul Merage School of Business, and MD from the School of Medicine at the University of California Irvine (UCI).  He completed his anesthesiology residency at the USC Keck School of Medicine.

Dr. Ngo started many nonprofit organizations, such as The Orange County Swim For Kids, a fundraising arm for the Orangewood Children's Home in Orange County, California,  The Vietnamese Community Camp For Kids for at-risk children on probation from Juvenile Hall, and UCI CampMed, the nationally acclaimed program for socio-economically disadvantaged students that has won multiple national awards from the American Medical Association (AMA) and American Medical Student Association (AMSA).  He has also served as founding Executive Officer for the First Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Congress in Stresa, Italy.

Dr. Ngo has received the UCI Humanitarian Award, an American Heart Association Research Fellowship, an American Pediatric Society & Society for Pediatric Research Fellowship, and has voluntarily served internationally providing surgical and anesthesia services for children through the American Academy of Pediatrics.   He has co-authored an important national study predicting the supply and demand of anesthesiologists in the United States and has been published in various journals and textbooks.

Dr. Ngo is also Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Irvine Capital, a private equity firm specializing in the acquisition, rehabilitation, and disposition of undervalued and distressed real estate.  Since the Great Recession, Dr. Ngo and partners collectively purchased over $30 million in distressed properties and developed a best of breed system using information technology to streamline the management of data for researching, tracking, acquiring, financing, and selling of properties and distressed assets.  Dr. Ngo brings his expertise in technology, medicine, business, and service to IPSO.