Dr. Chloe Turner received her Doctor of Medicine from Drexel University College of Medicine and then completed the Residency Program in Social Pediatrics at the Children's Hospital at Montefiore in Bronx, New York.
Her community and global health experience include working with the following organizations: Baylor International Pediatric AIDS Initiative in Malawi, Child Family Health International in Ecuador, Bridging the Gaps Community Health Internship Program in Philadelphia, and completing a Medical Apprenticeship in Venezuela.
Chloe received a Behavioral Science Award for Excellence in Biopsychosocial Integration in Medical Practice, and the Daniel C. Leight, MD Award for Outstanding Achievement in Social Medicine. Chloe will be living and working in the Dominican Republic for the next two years.
Dr. Kate Westmoreland received her Doctor of Medicine from Wake Forest University School of Medicine and then completed her pediatric residency at the University of Utah.
She worked in rural Nepal as the field team manager implementing a Maternal Child Health Program. She has research experience conducting a maternal child health needs assessment in Dolpa Nepal and analyzing verbal autopsies to determine causes of neonatal death in rural Tibet.
Additional international health experiences include Baylor International Pediatric AIDS Initiative rotation (Mbabane, Swaziland), Operation Smile medical mission trip (Fortaleza, Brazil), and pediatric rotation (Cape Town, South Africa). Kate received the AAP international elective award, Resident Research Award at Western Society for Pediatric Research, and 2011 Resident of the Year award at Primary Children’s Medical Center.
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