Physician, Yale School of Medicine
Dr. Tracy Rabin is an Adult Internist and Pediatrician who moved to New Haven in 2006 for residency training at Yale and joined the core faculty of the Yale Primary Care Internal Medicine residency program (YPC) in 2011. She has served as the YPC Associate Program Director for Global and Community Health since 2015, with a focus on training physicians to incorporate the community context into patient-centered care. She provides care for patients and teaches on the medical wards at the St. Raphael’s Campus of Yale New Haven Hospital; runs the YPC Diabetes Clinic (now part of the Cornell Scott Hill Health Center 150 Sargent Drive clinic site); and directs the YPC Community Engagement curriculum. Additionally, Tracy is the Director of the Office of Global Health in the Department of Internal Medicine, supporting multiple interdisciplinary clinical education partnerships with colleagues in limited resource settings (both domestically and abroad). Her areas of academic interest include global health education and clinical ethics, outpatient diabetes management, and health care transitions.
Tracy grew up in northern Virginia and received her BA in Ethics Studies from the College of William and Mary. She then spent a year in Chicago as an AmeriCorps member and community health worker prior to moving back east to study at the Harvard School of Public Health. After earning her master’s degree, she worked internationally in the field of public health ethics for several years before enrolling at the University of Rochester School of Medicine & Dentistry for her medical degree.