Christina Kelly, MD, FAAFP

Family physician, Memorial Health, Savannah, Georgia; Assistant Professor/Director of the Primary Care Accelerated Track (PC-ACT) Program, Mercer University School of Medicine (Savannah Campus), Georgia; Core Faculty, Memorial Health University Medical Center Family Medicine Residency Program, Savannah, Georgia

Dr. Kelly earned her medical degree from Ohio State University College of Medicine and Public Health, Columbus, and completed her residency and family medicine/obstetrics fellowship training at Tacoma Family Medicine (TFM) in Washington. She is a member of the Health Equity Team for Family Medicine for America’s Health and led the Workforce Education and Development Team. Dr. Kelly has been involved in organized medicine since she was a second-year medical student, and she has always felt passionate about being an advocate for patients and family medicine. She loves the opportunity to work with students and residents in this role. In particular, she is passionate about mentorship, physician workforce diversity, health equity, student and resident burnout prevention, and graduate medical education (GME) reform, as well as increasing student choice of family medicine.