Tracey L. Henry, MD, MPH, MS

Internal Medicine | Atlanta, Georgia | American College of Physicians (ACP)

Dr. Tracey L. Henry is an Associate Professor of Medicine at Emory University School of Medicine and a clinical educator and attending physician in both inpatient and outpatient medicine. She is the Assistant Health Director, for the Grady Primary Care Center and Co-Director of the Health Equity Advocacy Policy track for Emory’s GME programs. Dr. Henry’s teaching and research interests include: healthcare advocacy and policy; climate and health equity, quality improvement and patient safety; and integrating behavioral mental health care into primary care.

Dr. Henry earned her MD at Georgetown University and MPH from Johns Hopkins University. During residency, she served on the American College of Physician (ACP)’s Council of Residents/Fellows and the Louisiana State Medical Society Board of Governors and was awarded the American Medical Association (AMA)’s Paul Ambrose Award for Leadership Among Resident Physicians. Dr. Henry completed a Health Policy Fellowship at Georgetown University where she studied primary care-related health policies, healthcare delivery systems, and alternative payment models.

In 2017, Dr. Henry was selected as a Presidential Leadership Scholar, a national program designed for leaders from multi-sector backgrounds who share a commitment to solving society’s greatest challenges, a 2020 Society of General Internal Medicine’s Leadership in Health Policy Scholar and recently completed her year as an AMA Health Systems Science Scholar. Currently, she serves on the ACP’s Medical Practice and Quality Committee, is a delegate to the AMA House of Delegates, and is the Chair-Elect of the ACP’s Council of Early Career Physicians.

Opinion: I see double jeopardy in climate change, poor health
Dr. Tracey Henry | The Atlanta Journal Constitution | October 19, 2022

Climate Change and Health Equity: The Problem and Steps Forward
Dr. Tracey Henry | UofL Dept. of Medicine Grand Rounds | September 8, 2022