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Emily Loe, MD (she/her)

Position: PGY-2
Emily (she/her) was born and raised in the suburbs of Orlando, FL. She has always had a passion for promoting physical and mental health in her community, making Brown Triple Board training the perfect choice for her.  During her undergraduate career, she researched mental health interventions for migrant workers in rural Florida, graduating with a bachelors in nursing. She worked for six years as an ICU nurse working in both adult and pediatric cardiovascular ICUs. She was awarded the 2016 Exemplary Professional Practice Award for her work in Pediatric Cardiac ICU. During this time she continued to contribute to her local community volunteering for the Victim Service Center of Central Florida, and completing medical relief work in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria.

In Medical School, Emily’s passion for community advocacy continued growing as she worked at UF’s Equal Access Clinic, homeless medical outreach program, and the Healthy Kids Medical Legal Partnership. She also grew her interest in medical education providing tutoring and mentorship to first and second year medical students. She was selected by her peers for membership into the Golden Humanism Honor Society where she was co-editor of the Chapman Arts and Literary Magazine, a publication that highlights artwork created by medical providers that reflects their lived experiences working in medicine. She graduated medical school with an Award of Distinction in Mind-Body-Medicine for her work exploring resilience levels and coping strategies utilized during the COVID-19 pandemic by graduate health students.

Brown’s Triple Board program offered a unique blend of training and provided a warm, balanced, and welcoming team to train with. The choice was an easy one. In her career, she hopes to provide integrated healthcare for medically complex patients and their families. Emily enjoys scrapbooking, reading, hiking, curling up with her three cats, and trying out new recipes. She cannot wait to experience full seasons in Rhode Island, and is so happy to call Providence her new home, and Brown Triple Board her team.