Wednesday, June 19, 2019 - 12:00pmDowntown Campus
Dr. Truglio received his BS in Biology and Theology, and his MD from Georgetown University in 2001, and 2007. He trained in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine from 2007 to 2011, where he also served as Chief Resident. He completed an MPH in global health at Mount Sinai, during which time he developed educational curricula for midlevel providers in the chars of rural Bangladesh.
Board Certified in both General Internal Medicine and General Pediatrics, Dr. Truglio specializes in care of adults and children with complex conditions. He is the founder of the Mount Sinai Pediatric Visiting Doctors and Complex Care Program, which provides comprehensive, multidisciplinary care in the home, clinic and hospital to children with complex conditions, and the Medical Director for the Mount Sinai Health Home Serving Children.
Dr. Truglio has helped developed numerous curricula at Icahn, including a longitudinal racism and bias curriculum, and curricula on LGBTQ health and spirituality in medicine. Dr. Truglio is dedicated to training physicians to provide primary care with a particular focus on reducing inequities in vulnerable and oppressed populations with complex medical needs. He teaches with the goal of helping new physicians develop skills needed to care for patients with complex medical conditions within the context of social and structural drivers of inequities.