Dr. Salvador Guerrero is a highly experienced medical physician with over 30 years of expertise in the field of organ procurement and transplantation. Currently serving as a Family Resource Coordinator IV for DNWest, he has excelled in various roles including Community Outreach, Public Relations, Hospital Development, Clinical and Mentorship positions.
Throughout his career, Dr. Guerrero has actively contributed to his OPO’s Research Committee, demonstrating his commitment to advancing the knowledge and understanding of organ donation. He has also specialized in Grief and Crisis interventions, completing training at UC Berkeley. Additionally, he has engaged in international training programs in Mexico and South America, allowing him to understand and communicate fluently in Spanish while focusing on Loss and Grief in Latin American Cultures.
Dr. Guerrero’s dedication and accomplishments have earned him recognition within the multicultural communities, including accolades from prominent Hispanic media outlets like Univision International and Telemundo. As a past president of AMAT, he has gladly chaired the Clinical and Research Committee, collaborating with colleagues to shape the field’s future. He is actively involved in committees that promote Hispanic and strategic planning initiatives.
Driven by a profound passion for Donation and Transplantation, Dr. Guerrero makes it his life’s mission to support and advocate for organ donation, raising awareness wherever he goes. He firmly believes that his spirituality provides him the strength to persevere in this challenging field, allowing him to share his knowledge and experiences with colleagues nationally and internationally. Most importantly, he is dedicated to offering unwavering support to the families he interacts with every day, ensuring they receive the care and guidance they need during these difficult times.