New Director of Urban Primary Care Pathway

The Department of Family and Community Medicine (DFCM) is pleased to announce the addition of Colin Crowe, M.D., as director of the Urban Primary Care Pathway (UPCP) and clinical assistant professor of family and community medicine.

Dr. Crowe replaces Mary Massie-Story, M.D., who led the transition of the UPCP from Cleveland State University to NEOMED. Dr. Massie-Story played an integral role in establishing a clinical teaching site for UPCP students at NEOMED, serving as a valued and highly regarded mentor and role model for students. The DFCM is immensely grateful to Dr. Massie-Story for her dedication to the UPCP and its students and congratulates her on her new role at MetroHealth.

Dr. Crowe obtained her Bachelor of Science degree from Duke University in earth ocean sciences and theater studies, graduating with high distinction. She then went to the Medical University of South Carolina to obtain her Doctor of Medicine degree. During her medical education, she was a Presidential Scholar and completed an Interprofessional Education Fellowship. Dr. Crowe completed her residency training at the University of Arizona, where she became chief resident, completed a Global Health Distinction Track, and an Integrative Medicine Certification.

Dr. Crowe has great passion for serving urban and vulnerable populations. Her expansive education led to her first professional appointment with MetroHealth in 2014. Since then, she has served as the MetroHealth M3 family medicine clerkship director, M1-2 clinical site director, and assistant medical director in professional affairs. She has numerous service roles and curriculum development experience in community health, correctional medicine, disability, primary care for urban underserved, and women’s health.

Please join us in welcoming Dr. Crowe to NEOMED!

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