HealthCare Partners

Warren Volker, MD, PhD, MS, FACOG; Chief Clinical Officer

Warren Volker, MD – Chief Clinical Officer
Dr. Warren Volker is the chief clinical officer of HealthCare Partners Nevada. He has lived in Las Vegas since June 1997. He joined DaVita Medical Group in May of 2017 through the merger of WellHealth Quality Care & MedSource Medical Management. Dr. Volker was the founder and CEO of WellHealth Quality Care since its inception in 2011. WellHealth operated one of the largest multispecialty medical groups in Southern Nevada with just over 108 providers along with the largest accountable care IPA networks representing more than 4,000 providers. MedSource provided MSO services along with comprehensive healthcare management and technology services. Prior to that, Dr. Volker was the managing partner of Women’s Specialty Care, LLP for 10 years. Dr. Volker is a well-known entrepreneur. He has launched several companies over the past 17 years of his career in the healthcare, technology and insurance industry. Dr. Volker has extensive knowledge in health plan modeling, population health and risk-based managed care.

Dr. Volker is a recognized researcher. He holds both a M.D. and Ph.D., graduating with honors in both fields. He graduated Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA) from medical school and his residency. His Ph.D. is in biochemistry and molecular biology. He has a master’s degree in protein chemistry and genetics. He has a degree in finance management. He is board certified and completed his residency training at the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) School of Medicine. He is subspecialized and certified as a minimally invasive and robotic pelvic surgeon. Dr. Volker is on faculty at the UNLV School of Medicine, Touro University, and Harbor-UCLA. He was the first Nevada physician to ever receive the Arnold P. Gould National Leadership Award in medicine and business. Dr. Volker provides free medical care to Volunteers in Medicine of Southern Nevada. He has supported and traveled to Puerto Rico, South America and Mexico on medical missions.

Dr. Volker has more than 14 years of hospital leadership experience. He is the chief of staff at Centennial Hills Hospital since its opening in 2008. Prior to that, he was the chairman of the Education and Maternal Child department at Summerlin Hospital and Medical Center. Dr. Volker’s recognition includes being named as a TOP ONE HUNDRED US News and World Report physicians. Dr. Volker is on the board of UNLV Foundation and Tyler Robinson Foundation and a member of One World Surgery, providing mission-based surgical care in Honduras.

Dr. Volker is married and has one daughter and two sons. When he is not working, he enjoys spending time with his family, working out, hiking, competing in Spartan races and 10Ks. He loves music, going to concerts and playing guitar.