Joan Levitt, RN Joan Levitt, RN, CDE

Name: Joan Marie Levitt, RN, CDE

Position: Program Coordinator

Division in CFM: Community Health, Just for Us program

Start date: June 18, 2018

Years at Duke: 18

Where I worked prior to accepting this role: PHMO/DukeWELL

What I will be doing in this role: RN assessments and care management interventions for senior and disabled Just For Us patients in central Durham.              

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Viviana Martinez-Bianchi Viviana Martinez-Bianchi, M.D., FAAFP

This past May 19 was WORLD Doctors’ Day, and WONCA, the World Organization of Family Doctors, suggested that for 2018 we all highlight the role and contribution of family doctors in health care systems around the world.

What can we celebrate here at Duke Family Medicine?

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Kathryn Moore Kathryn Moore

Name: Kathryn Moore

Position: Pre-Clinical Staff Specialist      

Division/Program in department: Duke Physician Assistant Program

Start date: June 29, 2017

Years at Duke (if applicable): Almost a year!

Where I worked prior to accepting this role: North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine

What I do in this role: Staff support in course coordination, meeting minutes, and proctoring pre-clinical exams.

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Joyce Copeland, M.D. Joyce Copeland, M.D.

June 16 was residency graduation day. It seems they come so quickly — 43 since my first year at Duke (then Duke-Watts) Family Medicine. The format has changed over the years but the spirit remains the same.

Six freshly minted family doctors are off to meet new challenges and, perhaps, change the world. They may not know it yet, but they are about to learn more about being a doctor in the next year than ever before. 

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Roosevelt Campbell, M.D., Ph.D. Roosevelt Campbell, M.D., Ph.D.

The mission of the Duke Family Medicine Residency Program is to train physicians who are excellent clinicians, leaders and advocates of health care. Population and community health are key components of our resident education, but, to be honest, when I began residency last summer, I didn’t really understand how I would be “practicing” community health as an intern. As the months have gone by, however, I have learned different aspects of public health that have allowed me to develop a better sense of what practicing community health may look like.

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