Emmeline Ha, MD is a family medicine physician and the current Health Policy Research Fellow with The George Washington University and the Center for Professionalism and Value in Health Care (2021-2022). She completed undergraduate studies and medical school at The George Washington University then trained at Stanford Family Medicine Residency in San Jose, CA. During residency, she served as chief resident, was awarded California Academy of Family Physicians 2021 Resident of the Year, and nationally honored with the American Academy of Family Physicians Excellence in Graduate in Medical Education Award. Her interests include immigrant health, preventive medicine, and community outreach.
This year, Emmeline is conducting research with the American Board of Family Physicians on the family medicine workforce. In addition, she serves as a health policy fellow for the Association of Asian Pacific American Community Health Organizations (AAPCHO), focusing on advocacy for immigrant access to healthcare and federal support for limited English proficiency populations. She has also co-authored several op-eds on policy regarding COVID-19 and family medicine training.