Dr. Fleurant serves as the clinical director for the primary care clinic at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta. As a Clinician Educator, he oversees medical residents and medical students in the inpatient wards and is a clinical preceptor for medical students and residents at the Grady Hospital Primary Care Clinic. Dr. Fleurant’s main interests include trauma-informed care and its application in improving health access, health disparities and improving primary care for underserved populations, preserving the safety net for the underserved, and strengthening the field of primary care. Dr. Fleurant received his medical degree from Albert Einstein College of Medicine and completed his residency training at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. He completed a general medicine fellowship at Harvard University School of Medicine and completed a Masters in Public Health at Harvard School of Public Health with a focus on Clinical Effectiveness. He has practiced as a Clinician Educator at Boston University School of Medicine and worked as a private practitioner at Kaiser Permanente. Dr. Fleurant hopes to use his experience and interest in underserved populations to affect policy and contribute to improving the quality of care given through primary care while simultaneously improving the practice life for physicians who practice primary care. Dr. Fleurant is married with two young children. He enjoys live music, reading biographies and historical accounts, and traveling to see family.
Emory School of Medicine