Dr. Lucille Torres-Deas, M.D., FACP is an Associate Professor of Internal Medicine at Columbia University Irving Medical Center. She completed her medical school training at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, and her residency at Montefiore’s Primary Care and Social Internal Medicine Program, and chief as the Ambulatory Chief Resident for the Montefiore Internal Medicine Residency Program. Currently, she is the director of the Ambulatory Care Network Internal Medicine Primary Care Sites and Community and Population Health, Adult Division at NewYork-Presbyterian, Allen Hospital.
She is an active member of the Society of General Internal Medicine acting as Health Equity Commission Co-Chair and Mid-Atlantic President Elect. She is a former National Hispanic Medical Association Leadership Fellow. In collaboration with members and leaders of these organizations, she hopes to bring awareness to the barriers of caring for historically marginalized groups and develop solutions to promote health, justice, well-being, and belonging for all. Her interest lies in integrating health justice into the Biopsychosocial-Spiritual Model to promote well-being.
Associate Professor of Medicine
Columbia University Medical Center