Carmen Patrick Mohan, MD, is an internal medicine physician focused on improving quality of care in community-based hospitals and skilled nursing facilities. Her career began in the academic setting with the Emory University Department of Medicine. However, she quickly realized health care is best when offered in communities. She currently works to foster change in health care delivery through internet technology, improved patient communication and information access.
Dr. Mohan received her medical degree from Emory University School of Medicine and went on to complete her internal medicine residency at Cambridge Hospital, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School. She received a Bachelor of Science in biological resource engineering from the University of Maryland at College Park, where she was a Banneker-Key Scholar. As a medical student, Dr. Mohan co-founded Health Students Taking Action Together, Inc. (HealthSTAT) a student-run nonprofit encouraging health professional students to be engaged in their communities. She founded and was the first editor-in-chief of Context Journal. Her accolades include the Paul Ambrose Fellowship from the American Teachers of Preventive Medicine, the Jane Addams-Andrew Carneige Fellowship at the Center of Philanthropy in Indianapolis and the Robert E. Steward Engineering and Humanities Award from the American Society of Agricultural Engineers. She has served on the Board of Directors of the Third Wave Foundation in New York, NY and the Community-Campus Partnerships for Health in Seattle, Washington.