IC@N ECHO guest presentation by Teri Sanor, M.D., May 3

Teri Sanor, M.D., assistant professor of internal medicine, is passionate about health care improvement and increasing awareness around the complexities and mental effects of spirochetal diseases and their prevalence.

Now retired, Dr. Sanor was a hospital physician at Salem Regional Medical Center and served as site director for Inpatient Medical Services until 2022. She earned her Doctor of Medicine degree from NEOMED in 2006 and completed her residency in 2009. Prior to her career as a physician, Teri was a registered nurse for 14 years, specializing in cardiac, ER, supervision and education. She received the Ideal Physician Award. Her areas of interest include health care improvement, sepsis, spirochetal mental effects. Teri has been married for 51 years, her daughter is an attorney in south Florida, and she has a toy fox terrier named Gizmo.

On May 3, 2024, Dr. Sanor will be a guest presenter at the Integrated Care @ NEOMED (IC@N) ECHO program where she will present,"Lyme+ Manifestations Including Mental Illness." To learn more about IC@N ECHO and sign up to join, visit this page.

Share this post