Charlotte Grinberg is an internal medicine resident at Harvard’s Mount Auburn Hospital, focusing on primary care and geriatric medicine. She has published an ethnographic book on access to health care by migrants in South America, qualitative studies on care management, and narrative medicine stories. She received her medical degree from Jefferson Medical College with a membership in Alpha Omega Alpha and graduated with highest honors from Princeton University in anthropology and global health and health policy.


Recent Posts by Charlotte Grinberg

Replicating Effective Models Of Complex Care Management For Older Adults

As the field of “complex care” or “advanced preventive care” for populations with complex health and social needs matures, innovations in replicating these models of care will need to develop in parallel to ensure that effective programs come into wider use.