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Dr. Michael Partin’s primary research interests include innovation in medical education and curriculum design both at the undergraduate and graduate medical education level. His clinical research areas also include studying social determinants of health as it relates to prenatal care, dermoscopy in primary care and quality improvement. He has partnered with faculty, residents and medical students to create a grant-funded nutrition program for underserved patient populations in the Harrisburg, Pennsylvania area. Dr. Partin has partnered with residents and co-faculty authors to publish a number of clinical reviews on dermatologic conditions, asthma and preventative services.
Dr. Michael Partin holds educational interests in both undergraduate and graduate medical education. He currently serves as the Associate Program Director for the Family Medicine Residency at Penn State Hershey. He is the faculty lead for the development and implementation of the quality improvement curriculum within the Family Medicine Residency. He serves as an assessor for the Clinical Competency Committee and advises several resident physicians. He has mentored numerous medical students and residents through various research projects and has a passion for teaching medical students and residents in the clinic setting.
Dr. Michael Partin provides full-scope outpatient primary care services to adult and pediatric patients with particular interests in geriatrics, prenatal care and office-based procedures.
Association of Family Medicine Residency Directors, Member, 2023
Board Certified in Family Medicine (American Board of Family Medicine), 2021
Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society, Member, 2021
American Academy of Family Physicians, Member, 2016 - present
Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, Member, 2016 - present
Pennsylvania Academy of Family Physicians, Member, 2016 - present
In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):
Family Medicine, Residency, Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
2018 → 2021
MD, Penn State College of Medicine
2015 → 2018
Biology, BS, James Madison University
2010 → 2014
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