Pamela Charney, M.D.
Dr Pamela Charney is a primary care Internal Medicine physician and medical educator committed to providing comprehensive care for her patients. Her academic interests include medical education and how patient diversity impacts on medical care. Dr Charney is the Medical Director of the Weill Cornell Community Clinic, a student run clinic that provides care to uninsured adults.
Dr Charney graduated from Rush Medical College in Chicago in 1978, and completed her Internal Medicine Residency at Cook County Hospital, Chicago and the University of Connecticut, Farmington Connecticut. She graduated from the Primary Care Fellowship at the University of Connecticut. While at Jacobi Medical Center in the Bronx, one of the public hospitals in NYC, and the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, she was a member of their teaching honor society and became a Fellow of the American College of Physicians. Dr Charney edited Coronary Artery Disease in Women and was the Series Editor for the American College of Physician’s Women’s Health Book Series. She received the NYS Laureate award for her teaching physicians about Women’s Health for the American College of Physicians. Her publications include articles in the Annals of Internal Medicine and the Journal of General Internal Medicine.