Dr. Ellie Emery, Class of 2010
B.A. College Scholar in Arts & Sciences
Global Health minor
Eleanor (Ellie) Emery is a physician with the Department of Internal Medicine at Northern Navajo Medical Center on Navajo Nation in Shiprock, New Mexico. After graduating from Cornell in 2010, she attended Weill Cornell Medical College before completing a residency in Internal Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital in 2017. Ellie’s work includes clinical, advocacy, and research efforts focused on improving access to high-quality, trauma-informed care for underserved communities. In addition to her clinical work on Navajo Nation, she is a member of the Physicians for Human Rights Asylum Network through which she provides asylum evaluations and affidavits to survivors of torture and other forms of persecution. Ellie also serves as a Program Officer with the Cambridge Health Alliance’s Center for Health Equity Education and Advocacy and in this capacity works to incorporate principles of health equity and community organizing into medical education. Ellie lives in Cortez, Colorado with her husband Corey and their black lab, Bo, and spends her time outside the hospital exploring the mountains and mesas of the Four Corners area.
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