Departments & Organizations
Dr. McKenzie practices general internal medicine at the Yale Adult Primary Care Center. She teaches medical students and residents in small group settings, in her ambulatory office and on the general medical wards at Yale-New Haven Hospital.
Dr. McKenzie is the director of the Yale Center for Asylum Medicine. She and her colleagues at the Center perform medical forensic evaluations of asylum seekers. She works with attorneys from Yale Law School and the University of Connecticut School of Law, as well as the advocacy groups Physicians for Human Rights, HealthRight International, the American Friends Service Committee and the International Institute of Connecticut. She provides objective medical assessments of people who report experiencing torture or persecution in the countries from which they have fled.
Education & Training
|MD||Boston University (1992)|
|BA||University of Colorado at Boulder (1987)|
|Resident||University Hospital, Boston, MA|
|Board Certification||AB of Internal Medicine, Internal Medicine (1995, recertified: 2015)|
Honors & Recognition
Connecticut Magazine Top Docs 2016Connecticut Magazine (2016)
Connecticut Magazine Top Docs 2015Connecticut Magazine (2015)
Connecticut Magazine Top Docs 2014Connecticut Magazine (2014)
Outstanding Faculty Vignette Poster, SGIM New England Regional Meeting. “Case Studies of Asylum Seekers.”Society of General Internal Medicine (2013)
Faculty Award for Achievement in Clinical CareDepartment of Medicine (2010)
American College of Physicians (2017 - Present) Fellow, American College of Physicians