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Institute for Health Equity Community Medical Directors

Part of the Institute for Health Equity’s dedication to addressing health needs in our community’s underserved areas is designating community medical directors to provide direct outreach and participate in neighborhood educational health programs.

Executive Director
Institute for Health Equity

Executive Medical Director
Norton Heart & Vascular Institute Advanced Heart Failure & Recovery Program

Internal Medicine/Pediatrics Physician
Norton Community Medical Associates – Hurstbourne

Focus: Children’s health, racial disparities, family medicine and women’s health topics

Pediatrician
Norton Children’s Medical Group – Germantown

Focus: Children’s health, Latinx health and racial disparities

Family Medicine Physician
Norton Community Medical Associates – Preston

Focus: Men’s health, family medicine, alternative therapies and racial disparities

To reach our community medical directors, email CommunitySpeakers@nortonhealthcare.org.

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