Anne Tomolo, MD, MPH

Anne Tomolo, MD MPH is an Associate Professor in the Division of General Medicine and Geriatrics at Emory School of Medicine. She is the Associate Chief of Staff for Education, VAQS Advanced Fellowship Site Director and mentor for the Chief Resident in Quality and Safety Program at the Atlanta VA Health Care System.

Dr. Tomolo is the former Director of the Cognitive Disorder Specialty Care Education Center of Excellence and the current Co-Director of the Center for Health Care Improvement and Change at the Atlanta VAHCS. She finished her Internal Medicine residency in 1999 from Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) School of Medicine and then completed the National VA Quality Scholars Fellowship Program at the Cleveland site and her Master’s in Public Health at CWRU.

After completing her training, Dr. Tomolo served as the Emergency Department Director at the Louis Stokes Cleveland Department of VA Medical Center for eight years and joined the Atlanta VAHCS in 2010. She is nationally recognized for research in curriculum development and assessment in the graduate medical education competencies of Systems Based Practice and Practice Based Learning and Improvement. Dr. Tomolo’s career interests include health outcomes, implementation science, system redesign, and medical education.