The Wright Center for Community Health and its affiliated entity, The Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education was founded in 1976.
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Recently, The Wright Center and its Teaching Health Center GME Consortium was featured in the Washington Monthly story “First Teach No Harm” by Phillip Longman. Now, the Washington Monthly story and, specifically, the medical journey of Wright Center President/CEO Linda Thomas-Hemak, MD, have been excerpted and highlighted in a story in The Atlantic, titled “When the Best Hospitals are the Worst.” The Wright Center is proud to be part of the solution to the national physician shortage by creating new primary care physicians through our innovative residency training programs.
Read The Atlantic story, “When the Best Hospitals are the Worst.”
Read the Washington Monthly story, “First Teach No Harm.”
Photo Details: Wright Center President/CEO Linda Thomas-Hemak, MD, and 2nd year Wright Center Allopathic Internal Medicine resident physician Jaya Nair, MD, discuss care options with a patient as part of The Wright Center’s new interprofessional and Patient-Centered Medical Home model of graduate medical education.
Photo Credit: Lisa Lee Photography