|Jun Tan, M.D.
Dr. Jun Tan is the Medical Director and founder of
Central Occupational Medicine Providers (COMP). He has
been practicing occupational medicine in the Inland
Empire for many years.
Dr. Tan has extensive knowledge and experience in workers’
compensation. He is dedicated to providing the highest
level of medical care to the injured worker and understands
the needs of employers and the complexities of workers’
compensation insurance. Dr. Tan is well respected in
the specialty of occupational medicine by his staff,
patients, colleagues, insurance carriers, and other
individuals in his field of practice.
Dr. Tan underwent his clinical training in Emergency
Medicine / Neuroscience at Martin Luther King Hospital,
Los Angeles, California. Dr. Tan served in the military
with the U.S. Naval Reserve.
Thomas Mogensen, M.D.
Dr. Thomas Mogensen’s Professional background
includes years of experience in Occupational Medicine.
He received his degree in Doctor of Medicine at the
nationally known Loma Linda University School of Medicine.
His multiple clinical backgrounds include training in
General Surgery, Pathology and Family Medicine.
Dr. Mogensen is fluent in several languages - Spanish,
Italian, German and French. His outside interests include
Visual Basic, MS-Access and development of software
for medical education and patient management.
Rolando Cadiz, M.D.
Dr. Rolando Cadiz underwent most of his clinical training
at Malcolm Grow, USAF Medical Center, Andrews Air Force
Base, Washington D.C. Dr. Cadiz was honorably discharged
as a flight surgeon with the rank of Major.
Dr. Cadiz also underwent clinical training in Radiology
and General Surgery at Homer G. Phillips Hospital in
St. Louis, Missouri.
Dionisio Lazaro, M.D.
Dr. Dionisio Lazaro completed his medical residency
in Pathology at Harlem Hospital (affiliated with Columbia
University) and fellowship in Surgical Pathology at
Beth Israel Medical Center in New York.
Dr. Lazaro further completed his clinical training
in Internal Medicine at Martin Luther King Hospital,
Los Angeles, CA where he met Dr. Tan and eventually
joined him as an Occupational Physician.
Wayne D. Starks M.D.
Dr. Starks attended our nation's largest single campus medical
school-Wayne State University in the heart of Detroit, Michigan. Dr. Starks'
did his residency training in general surgery at St. John's Hospital and Medical Center in Detroit
Over the past 12 years Dr. Starks has diversified his medical practices to include experience with geriatrics; which led him to become medical director at
3 major nursing home facilities in Southeast Michigan. Dr. Starks also became experienced
in chronic pain management which led him to move to California in 2002 and
was medical director at Optihealth Pain Clinic in the Inland Empire.
After leaving the pain management clinic, Dr. starks joined COMP and brought with him valuable experience in dealing with injuries
and their management.