Tricia C. Elliott MD, FAAFPSenior Vice President, Medical Staff, Academic, and Research Affairs, Chief Academic Officer, Designated Institutional Official, John Peter Smith Health Network, Fort Worth, Texas; Professor, Family Medicine, Texas Christian University/University of North Texas Health Science Center School of Medicine; Affiliate Professor, Family Medicine, University of North Texas Health Science Center, Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine; Adjunct Professor, Family Medicine, University of Texas Medical Branch, Texas
Dr. Elliott is Senior Vice President of Medical Staff, Academic, & Research Affairs, Chief Academic Officer and Designated Institutional Official for the John Peter Smith Health Network in Fort Worth,Texas. Dr. Elliott received her medical degree from University of Texas Medical Branch and completed her residency in Family Medicine at Montefiore Medical Center in Bronx, NY. Dr. Elliott is board certified in Family Medicine by the American Board of Family Medicine. She serves in leadership roles on the state and national levels, including as current president of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, and has been the recipient of several clinical, leadership, and teaching awards.
Tricia C. Elliott, MD has no financial arrangement or affiliation with a corporate organization or a manufacturer of a product discussed in this supplement.
Dr. Elliott reported no disclosures.
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