Sara Turbow, MD, MPH is an Associate Professor of Medicine and Preventive Medicine and a clinician-educator/investigator at Emory University School of Medicine. She completed her MD and MPH in epidemiology at Emory University School of Medicine/Emory University Rollins School of Public Health, then completed training in internal medicine/primary care at Emory University. She joined the faculty of the Division of General Internal Medicine at Grady Memorial Hospital/Emory University School of Medicine upon completion of her residency in 2015. In 2020, she completed training in Public Health and General Preventive Medicine, also at Emory, joining the preventive medicine residency leadership as an Associate Program Director immediately thereafter. She has served as Program Director of Emory’s Public Health and General Preventive Medicine Residency and Fellowship program since Fall 2023. She is a health services researcher focusing on interhospital care fragmentation, particularly among older adults with dementia, health information technology, and health disparities. Her research is currently supported by a K23 award from the National Institute on Aging/National Institutes of Health. She has been an active member of SGIM for over 10 years, both at the regional and national levels, and currently serves as the Southern Regional President (2023-2024).
Emory University School of Medicine