Dr. Jennifer Bracey
Dr. Jennifer Bracey is a well-known educator and physician. Even though she has teaching and front-line healthcare expertise, a significant part of her drive is working behind the scenes on health policy that might lead to a more equal and better system of care for all people. She began her post-secondary education with a Biology degree from the College of Charleston. She was then accepted into the Medical University of South Carolina, where she received her Doctor of Medicine in 2006 and was welcomed into the prestigious Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society.
Jennifer Bracey, MD, was accepted into the J. Willis Hurst Internal Medicine Residency Program at Emory University School of Medicine in 2006. Bracey picked this Emory University program because of its affiliation with Grady Memorial Hospital. Grady Hospital is a globally known safety-net hospital that offers high-quality care to those who would otherwise be denied it, mainly low-income and uninsured residents of Atlanta and the surrounding metropolitan area.
Grady was the first trauma center in the region to get Level 1 certification. Dr. Bracey chose to concentrate on patient care and policy change as a consequence of her residency training at Emory University, in order to aid the many Georgians who lack access to high-quality medical care. She relocated to Baltimore after finishing her residency in order to achieve a better work-life balance. Dr. Jennifer Bracey was awarded a prestigious full-time position as an Instructor of Medicine at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Dr. Bracey sought for and was accepted to a teaching position at Emory University School of Medicine three years after graduating from Johns Hopkins University, the place where she felt most alive.