Jamar Slocum, MD MBA MPH is a clinical assistant professor of medicine at the George Washington University (GW). He practices hospital medicine and serves as faculty for the Residency Fellowship for Health Policy (RFHP) and Social Mission Alliance.
During the course of his career, he has combined his skills and experience in clinical medicine and public health to build a healthcare system that is based on equity and prevention. He is a former board member of the Tennessee Health Campaign, one of the leading non-profit advocacy organizations working to ensure affordable and high quality health care for all Tennesseans. Jamar completed his residency training in internal medicine at Brown University in Providence, RI and fellowship training in general preventive medicine at the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins.