Jeremy Long, MD, MPH is an assistant professor and Director for LEADS Track Program. Through monthly seminars from community-based healthcare advocates, case studies and small group sessions, help students develop advocacy skills necessary to better serve vulnerable and underserved populations.
His focus has been on researching and teaching professionalism and civic engagement of the medical profession.
Dr. Long received his medical degree from the Wake Forest School of Medicine in Winston-Salem, N.C., and also received his Master of Public Health in Behavior and Health Education from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - Chapel Hill, NC.
Dr. Long is Assistant Professor, Division of General Internal Medicine with the Denver Health and Hospitals, Department of Medicine. He practices outpatient, inpatient, and urgent care