Andrew Lai, MD, MPH
|School||UCSF School of Medicine|
|Address||505 Parnassus Avenue|
San Francisco CA 94117
|University of California, San Francisco||Residency ||Internal Medicine|
|UCSF School of Medicine Class of 2012||2012||Clinical Teaching Excellence Award for Clinical Faculty |
|UCSF School of Medicine Class of 2012||2012||1 of 15 AOA Honor Medical Society nominees|
|UCSF School of Medicine Class of 2011||2011||1 of 23 AOA Honor Medical Society nominees|
|Brown Medical School||2006||Al Senft Prize [for most promise in international health]|
|Brown University||2005||Foreign Studies Fellowship [Eldoret, Kenya]|
|Brown University||2004||Foreign Studies Fellowship [Chennai, India]|
Andrew Lai is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the UCSF Division of Hospital Medicine. After graduating from Brown University with degrees in Urban Studies and Human Biology in 2001, he received his MD from Brown Medical School and a MPH with a focus on quantitative methods from the Harvard School of Public Health in 2006. During medical school, he provided clinical care and worked on HIV-related projects in Chennai, India and Eldoret, Kenya. He completed internal medicine residency in the primary care track at UCSF before joining the Division of Hospital Medicine in 2009.
Andrew attends on the medical wards at Parnassus and Mount Zion, Hospitalist Procedure Service, and Neurosurgery Comanagement Service. He directs the Hospitalist Procedure Service, directs the Division's Case Review Committee, and is a member of the Division's High-Value Care Committee, Quality Improvement Committee, and Medical Center's Code Blue debriefing committee. He is a RAD (Resident Advising and Development) advisor for several internal medicine residents.
His academic interests include bedside procedural education, high-value healthcare, case reviews, transitions of care, and global & public health. Andrew has also provided volunteer clinical care in Port-au-Prince with Project Medishare for Haiti.
Bedside procedural education, case review, high-value healthcare, transitions of care, critical care medicine, global & public health, HIV & infectious diseases
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