Raman Nohria
Medical Instructor in the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health

Raman Nohria, MD received his MD from the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University. He completed his residency training with the Lawrence Family Medicine Residency Program and hospital fellowship with the Duke Department of Family Medicine and Community Health. He currently serves as a teaching hospitalist on the Family Medicine Inpatient Service at Duke Regional Hospital as well as a teaching outpatient family physician at the Duke Family Medicine Center. His expertise and scholarly interests include the social drivers of health, community-healthcare partnerships, and multi-stakeholder collaborations for health promotion and behavioral change.

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