Gopa Green, MD, FASN

Associate Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Gopa Green is the Associate Chief Medical Officer at U.S. Renal Care.


Before joining USRC, she most recently served as Chief Medical Officer of In-Center Dialysis Services and Vice President of Quality and Clinical Programs at Satellite Healthcare, amongst other roles. She provided collaborative oversight of the corporate quality program, developed the organization’s quality strategy with the data analytics teams, and steered clinical improvement programs that improve the lives of those living with kidney disease. Dr. Green also co-managed pharmacy and therapeutics utilization, medical policy, oversight of high acuity admissions, and a broad range of medical-clinical affairs. She now continues many of these activities as part of U.S. Renal Care’s Medical Office. She is a strong advocate for quality and patient-centered care with a focus on physician and patient education.


Dr. Green received her undergraduate education at the Johns Hopkins University and her medical degree at Harvard Medical School. After completing residency and nephrology fellowship training at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis in 2003, she stayed on as Chief Resident, was an editor of the 31st edition of The Washington Manual of Medicine, and served as Clinical Instructor in the Medical Education and Renal Divisions for two years.


Dr. Green joined Nephrology Associates in Santa Rosa, California in 2005 and has honed her skills as an astute and compassionate physician in busy inpatient and outpatient settings during sixteen years of clinical private practice prior to joining Satellite Healthcare in 2021 and U.S. Renal Care in 2024. She also currently holds an appointment as an Adjunct Assistant Clinical Professor at Stanford University School of Medicine Renal Division, serves on the Board of Directors of the California Kidney Care Alliance, and serves as a steering committee co-chair of the American Society of Nephrology Emergency Preparedness Initiative.