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Brintha Vasagar, MD, MPH is a board-certified family physician practicing full-spectrum care, from prenatal to end-of-life care. She has a passion for public health, preventive care and office procedures.
- Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Family Medicine, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
- Program Director, Bayhealth Family Medicine Residency Program
- Center for Celiac Disease at Harvard (Clinical Research)
- Spartanburg Regional Hospital, SC (Residence) – Chief Resident
- Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (MPH)
- AUA(MD) College of Medicine
- Georgetown University (BS)
Career Highlights and Honors:
- Dr. Vasagar was a 2017 Presidential Leadership Fellow. The George W. Bush, William J. Clinton, George HW Bush, and Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Centers bring together leaders from the nonprofit, military, public, and private sectors to learn first-hand from these four presidencies. . The bipartisan agenda produces bold, principled leaders who are committed to solving our greatest challenges, both at home and around the world
- Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP).
- Dr. Vasagar is a survivor of the 2004 tsunami, which led to her interest and work in the field of public health.
- Dr. Vasagar holds numerous leadership positions at the state and national level, including the GME committee of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, the board of trustees of the Delaware Academy of Family Physicians, the executive board of the Medical Society of Delaware and the Miss Philadelphia Board of Trustees. Organization of scholarships.
- Dr. Vasagar has been recognized for her leadership in medical innovation by the National Minority Quality Forum, Philadelphia Business Journal, Delaware Business Times and Delaware Today Magazine.
Publications, books and media
- Dr. Vasagar has a passion for travel and can usually be found planning his next trip. She enjoys hiking, live music and all sports in Philadelphia. Dr. Vasagar was diagnosed with celiac disease at a young age and likes to try as many gluten-free foods as possible.