Dr. Alex Mroszczyk-McDonald MD, is a former professional triathlete, Family and Sports Medicine physician, and researcher in the fields of physical activity, health policy and preventative medicine. Dr. McDonald holds degrees from Connecticut College, the University of Vermont Larnar College of Medicine, Southern California Kaiser Permanente as well as Duke University.
Dr. McDonald currently is a member of the Southern California Permanente Medical Group in Fontana, CA where he is involved with family medicine resident and sports medicine fellowship education. He is team physician of the California State University of San Bernardino as well as his local High School. He serves on the board of the San Bernardino County Medical society as well as an active member of the California Medical Association and California Academy of Family Physicians. He is the immediate past Chair of the American Academy of Family Physicians National Conference in Kansas City, MO. He is an active member of the American College of Sports Medicine, member of the ACSM Communications and Public Information Committee, and advisor to the newly created Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine.
Dr. McDonald lives in Claremont, CA with his wife, who is an Adult, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist also with SCPMG, 3 children and dog. He enjoys running, riding his bike, cooking, coffee and dance parties with his kids.