Dr. Jennifer Bracey
Dr. Jennifer Bracey is a highly respected clinician-educator who has dedicated her life to helping others. With extensive experience in teaching and front-line healthcare work, she is driven by a passion for social justice and ensuring everyone has access to the best possible care. Dr. Bracey is constantly looking for new ways to improve the healthcare system, and her behind-the-scenes efforts have earned her the respect of her colleagues and patients.
After completing her undergraduate studies at the College of Charleston in 2002, she was accepted to the Medical University of South Carolina, where she earned her Doctor of Medicine degree in 2006. At MUSC, she was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor organization.
Dr. Bracey is a highly accomplished internal medicine physician. She was accepted into the J. Willis Hurst Internal Medicine Residency Program at Emory University School of Medicine in 2006. She chose to attend based on the program's strong relationship with Grady Memorial Hospital - one of the nation's leading safety-net hospitals. Grady is known for delivering a significantly higher level of treatment to those who would otherwise be unable to access it, such as low-income, uninsured, and otherwise disadvantaged populations in the more excellent Atlanta metro region. As a result of this commitment to serving others, Grady was the first hospital within 100 miles of the city to be certified as a Level 1 trauma center.