Dr. Jennifer Bracey

Dr. Jennifer Bracey completed her undergraduate studies at Auburn University and then went to medical school at the University of Alabama School of Medicine. After completing her residency in Internal Medicine, she relocated to Baltimore City in 2009. There, she achieved a personal/work balance by obtaining a distinguished full-time position as an Instructor of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine while maintaining an active clinical practice. After three years at Johns Hopkins, Dr. Bracey sought and was approved for a teaching post at Emory University School of Medicine - where she feels most alive.

Assistant Professor of Medicine at Emory University School of Medicine, Jennifer, has dedicated her life to the betterment of others. She began five of the most fulfilling years of her healthcare career in 2012, working as an attending physician in Grady's International Clinic. There she polished her talents in international health care.

Dr. Bracey is a highly accomplished medical doctor and humanitarian. She has dedicated her life to helping others, most notably through her work with Project Medishare. For three years, she brought students to Haiti as part of the organization's efforts to provide essential healthcare services to some of the world's poorest people in the island's more rural and isolated places. Then, for another two years, she worked at the Black Lion Hospital in Addis Abeba, Ethiopia's capital city. There she aided residents and patients who lacked access to quality medical care. Her passion for helping others is evident in everything she does.

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