Ellen J. Plumb, MD
Philadelphia, PA 19107
(215) 923-7583 fax
MD, Jefferson Medical College
BA, Boston University
Family Medicine, Thomas Jefferson University
Primary Care Research & Faculty Development Fellowship, Thomas Jefferson University
Doris Duke Clinical Research Fellowship, Mount Sinai Health System
Assistant Professor, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Sidney Kimmel Medical College
Research & Practice Interests
Dimensions of Global Health
Human Rights of Refugees, Immigrants & the Internally Displaced
Dr. Ellie Plumb is a physician at Christiana Care Health System and Assistant Professor at Thomas Jefferson University. Her research focuses on global health, human rights and refugee health care.
Dr. Plumb earned her MD from Jefferson Medical College (now Sidney Kimmel Medical College) and completed her family medicine residency in the Department of Family & Community Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University. She completed two fellowships: the Doris Duke Clinical Research Fellowship at Mount Sinai Health System in New York and the Primary Care Research & Faculty Development Fellowship at Thomas Jefferson University.
Dr. Plumb is a member of Physicians for Social Responsibility, the American Public Health Association and the American Academy of Family Physicians.
Most Recent Peer-Reviewed Publications
- Envisioning home: The philadelphia refugee mental health photovoice project as a story of effective relationship building
- World changing
- Diabetes and hypertension prevalence in homeless adults in the United States: A systematic review and meta-analysis
- Urban underserved program: An analysis of factors affecting practice outcomes
- Rapid assessment of existing hiv prevention programming in a community mental health center
- The Use of International Service Learning Initiatives for Global Health Education: Case Studies From Rwanda and Mexico
- A partnered approach for structured observation to assess the environment of a neighborhood with high diabetes rates.
- Rapid assessment of existing HIV prevention programming in a Community Mental Health Center