Camila Cribb Fabersunne, MD, MPH
|University of California Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz||BS||2010||Biochemistry and Molecular Biology|
|Harvard Medical School, Boston||MD||2015|
|Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Boston||MPH||2014||Quantitative Methods|
|University of California San Francisco, San Francisco||2018||Pediatrics Residency|
|University of California San Francisco, San Francisco||2019||Chief Resident in Pediatrics|
|University of California San Francisco, San Francisco||2021||Fellowship in Pediatric Complex Care|
|University of California, San Francisco||2022||Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Champion Training|
|University of California, Santa Cruz||2006
|University of California, Santa Cruz||2010||Summa Cum Laude|
|Harvard Medical School||2012||Linnane Scholarship|
|UCSF Pediatrics Residency Program||2016||Resident Teaching Award|
|Harvard Center for Primary Care||2014||Agents of Change Grant|
|University of California, Berkeley ||2017||Foundations for Change: Thomas I. Yamashita Prize, Honorable Mention|
|CalHealthCares Program||2019||Loan Forgiveness Program|
|Benioff Children's Hospital, San Francisco||2022||PRIDE Award in Excellence in Diveristy|
Camila is a complex care pediatrician, hospitalist, and public health practitioner who seeks to improve health equity by dismantling systems of oppression. She is passionate about antiracism in medical practice and medical education.
She currently practices medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, inpatient in three hospitals in the Bay Area (Benioff Children's Hospital in San Francisco and Oakland as well as Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital). She is the Associate Medical Director for UCSF's Complex Care (FLIGHT) Program, providing telehealth and inpatient consultative care for children with medical complexity.
Her academic interests include expanding and improving equity in complex care services for children with medical complexity in the Bay Area; understanding the link between the School to Prison Pipeline and pediatric health outcomes; and how Racial Affinity Group Caucusing are a pivotal educational practice to improve antiracism education through differentiated learning.
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