We are thrilled to announce that Camille Vaughan, MD, MS has been named the section chief of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology at Emory University. Dr. Vaughan has served as interim section chief since January of 2017. General Medicine Division Director Ted Johnson, MD, MPH commented, “Dr. Vaughan is recognized locally, regionally, and nationally as an emerging leader in the field of geriatrics and gerontology. She has demonstrated particular effectiveness in forming, developing, and leading teams. She has a strong vision for the section, and she is empathetic and caring in all that she does.”
Dr. Vaughan has been an Emory University School of Medicine faculty member for 10 years. She earned her MD from Emory University in 2003, followed by an internal medicine residency (2006), a fellowship in geriatric medicine (2007), and a VA fellowship in advanced geriatrics. She received an MS in clinical research from Emory in 2009.
Dr. Vaughan sees veterans in Emory’s geriatrics clinic for the continence program and serves as an Atlanta VA Medical Center wards inpatient teaching attending. She is also an embedded geriatrician at the Emory Comprehensive Parkinson’s Disease Center.
Her research funding is in continence care and safer prescribing practices for older adults in the emergency room setting. She has been an integral member of the Enhancing the Quality of Provider Practices in the Emergency Department (EQUIPPED) team, which has received nationwide recognition for its quality-improvement initiatives.
Please join us in congratulating Dr. Vaughan!