Gary Green MD

Gary Green, MD

Internal Medicine, Sports Medicine

Accepting New Patients

About Gary Green, MD 

Certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine, Gary A. Green, MD received his medical degree at Hahnemann University and completed both his internship and residency at the Medical College of Pennsylvania. Certified in Sports Medicine and Internal Medicine, Dr. Green enjoys his position as a Clinical Professor at UCLA in the Division of Sports Medicine.  

To those who know him, it will come as no surprise that Dr. Green has been affiliated with Major League Baseball since 2003. He has proudly served as Medical Director for Major League Baseball since 2010. He is also currently Research Director for the League. In these roles, Dr. Green has been instrumental in the implementation of several rule changes to Major League Baseball, and he is delighted that these changes have improved the health and safety of the players.  

Dr. Green has enjoyed being a team physician for collegiate athletes since 1986 and has served as head team physician for Pepperdine University since 1997. He enjoys combining sports medicine and primary care in his clinical practice, and he feels that all his patients are athletes.  

Dr. Green has published numerous research articles on various subjects that include baseball injuries, sports-related concussions, and the use of performance-enhancing drugs in athletes.  

In his spare time, he enjoys doing fun activities with his wife, Dr. Debra Yerman, DC, and their four adult children and their two dogs.  

I am so appreciative. excellent care. My doctor listened and heard what I said and he made me feel like my health and well being was a priority.

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Locations

881 Alma Real Drive – Suite 101

Education

Residency
Medical College of Pennsylvania
1986

Internship
Medical College of Pennsylvania
1984

Medical Education
Hahnemann University
1983

Undergraduate
University of Pennsylvania
1979