Bill Tarran is a podiatrist in private practice in Daly City, CA and is employed as a podiatrist for the City and County of San Francisco in the Department of Public Health where he provides care in the city’s outpatient community clinics.
He is also the lead podiatrist for San Francisco’s Project Homeless Connect which provides multiple services for the homeless several times a year. He has been on a medical mission to the Philippines and was a student volunteer in the Haight-Ashbury Free Medical Clinic.
He has been a board member of the California Physicians Alliance since prior to proposition 186 (single player) in 1994. He currently is the president-elect of the California Podiatric Medical Association.