Cari Low, MD

I received my Medical Degree from Emory University in 2005 and completed my Internal Medicine Residency training at Emory in 2008. After training, I joined the staff at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons as an Assistant Professor of Medicine and hospitalist. During my tenure at Columbia, I was highly involved in medical student and resident education as well as faculty development. My expertise was in teaching patient interaction and communication skills and providing learner remediation. I served as a key faculty advisor within the internal medicine residency developing educational curriculum and crafting feedback and evaluation measures. I developed and led faculty development courses on bedside teaching and created resident-as-teacher workshops for rising senior residents. Due to the need to relocate for my husband’s job, I then joined a private practice hospitalist group in Iowa where my work focused on mentorship of new physicians and hospitalist quality improvement. In July of 2019, I began my fellowship in Hospice and Palliative Medicine at the Mayo Clinic.