At the Pediatric Primary Care Center, Camille Brown, MD provides health care for children from birth to teen years and teaches pediatric residents. Dr. Brown also direct the Yale Pediatric Refugee Clinic, caring for children from various nations whose families have resettled in the city. She performs an initial health assessment, sees them frequently during their first year, and creates a medical home for them in the PCC. She interacts with a dedicated team of nurses, social workers, case managers and other staff. Dr. Brown loves being a pediatrician because she can create relationships with patients, and their families, and follow them as they grow and develop.
Education & Training
- MDCase Western Reserve University School of Medicine (1999)
- Board CertificationAB of Pediatrics, Pediatrics (2002, recertified: 2010)
- Yale Pediatric Refugee ClinicNew Haven, CT, United States 2007In partnership with the local refugee resettlement agency IRIS we perform initial refugee health assessments on recently resettled children and create a medical home for their continued care in our clinic.