Utsha Khatri, MD, MSHP
As an emergency medicine doctor who studied Political Science as an undergraduate, I get especially worked up about policies and laws that perpetuate health inequities and health injustices.
Utsha G. Khatri, MD, MSHP, is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Population Health and Policy, and Global Health at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. She is also core research faculty in the Institute for Health Equity Research. As a physician and health services researcher, Dr. Khatri is interested in improving access, outcomes, and equity with regard to the health and health care of structurally marginalized populations. Her ongoing projects focus on the health care of individuals and communities affected by mass incarceration and those with substance use disorders. Dr. Khatri received her medical degree from the George Washington School of Medicine and Health Sciences. She completed her residency in Emergency Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, where she served as chief resident. Following residency, she completed the National Clinician Scholars Program fellowship and received a Master’s degree in Health Policy Research also at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Khatri practices clinically as an attending emergency physician at Mount Sinai Hospital, an academic medical center, and at Elmhurst Hospital Center, a public hospital, in New York City.
|University of Pennsylvania
|Master of Science in Health Policy Research
|Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
|Emergency Medicine Residency
|George Washington School of Medicine
|BA in Political Science