Dr. Tamara Green ’90 will Speak to NA Students on November 13

Tamara Green ’90, MD, MPH is board certified in Emergency Medicine.  She is currently a George Washington University Health Policy Fellow and will be on staff in the Emergency Department at Walter Reed National Medical Center. Dr. Green will speak to students on November 13.
Dr. Green graduated from Duke University with a Bachelor of Sociology. She completed medical school at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) and received a Master of Public Health degree also at UNC in 2000.  She then returned to her hometown of Newark to complete her residency training at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center.  Since completing her training, Dr. Green has worked in community and academic settings, serving both rural and inner-city populations. 
She has special interests in telemedicine, Medicaid/Pediatric populations. The desire to gain experience and influence policy in these areas lead Dr. Green to the Health Policy Fellowship within the Department of Emergency Medicine at George Washington University.