What is Preventive Medicine?
The Preventive Medicine Division at Emory is a dynamic part of the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine that focuses on population health and clinical preventive medicine. Leadership efforts focus on expanding the role of prevention in the Emory Healthcare system and developing future preventive medicine specialists through our dynamic, ACGME accredited residency program. Our faculty work on developing community based approaches to chronic disease, response to infectious disease, and advanced research for prevention. We also partner with other healthcare systems (like the Atlanta VA Medical Center, the Centers for Disease Control, etc.), and Emory divisions (like Infectious Disease) to develop comprehensive solutions as well as train our residents.
Preventive Medicine Faculty, Dr. Jenny Mascaro, on NPR's Morning Edition Discusses Research
News & Updates
The Emory Preventive Medicine Residency Program congratulates Dr. Daniel Graciaa and Dr. Elizabeth Rabold - our most recent graduates for 2018. Dr. Graciaa is moving on to an Internal Medicine Fellowship and Dr. Rabold will be Joining the EIS program at the CDC. Read more about Drs. Graciaa and Rabold's work and what a preventive medicine residency typically looks like by visiting our online residency portfolios.