After receiving undergraduate and medical school degrees from the University of Michigan and undergoing a categorical pediatric residency at Weill-Cornell/NY Medical Center, Dr. Fenick was in private practice for 6 years. Her practical experience is augmented by national and local work in education and educational scholarship. Dr. Fenick has been the co-editor of the Yale Primary Care Pediatrics Curriculum since its inception, and is now the associate director for Pediatrics in the primary care component of the Biopsychosocial Approach to Health, a third-year medical student core clerkship. She is also honored to serve as Medical Director for YNHH's School Based Health Centers, and as Medical Director for the Medical-Legal Partnership Project at YNHCH. Her research and advocacy centers on pediatric primary care in the service of growing children to be healthy, happy, and productive adults.
|Howard A Pearson MD Pediatric Faculty Teaching Award||Yale Dept of Pediatrics||2013|
|Service Quality Award||The Permanente Journal||2010|
|Joseph A Zaccagnino Patient Safety and Clinical Conference Award for YNHH||Yale-New Haven Health System||2010|
|Educational Scholars Program HONORS||Ambulatory Pediatric Association / Pediatric Academic Societies||2006|