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Brown MCH Fellowship Program at Memorial Hospital of RI

Susanna R. Magee, MD, MPH
Director, Maternal Child Health Fellowship

Heidi Radlinski, MD, MPH
Assitant Director, Maternal Child Health Fellowship /Site Director, East Bay Community Action Program 

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Heidi Radlinski, MD, MPH
East Bay Community Action Program
Maternity Care and Women’s Health Services

hschneiderwebDr. Heidi Radlinski was born in Helena, Montana. She attended Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in April 2000. She received a double major in Biochemistry and Sociology/Anthropology, earning honors in Sociology/Anthropology. She went on to enter Oregon Health Sciences University in August of 2003 and graduated with her MD degree in June 2007. She attended her residency at University of California San Francisco in Family Medicine at the San Francisco General Hospital and graduated in June 2010 with a focus on underserved medicine. From then, she attended a two year the Fellowship in Maternal Child Health at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. During her fellowship, she competed her Masters Degree in Public Health. She currently works as a primary care physician at East Bay Family Health Center doing full spectrum obstetric care. She also trains fellows, residents, and medical students at Brown University as a Clinical Instructor in the Family Medicine Department and as the Assistant Fellowship Director for the Maternal Child Health Fellowship.

Suzanne Lowe, CNM
Tri-Town Community Action Agency
Tri-Town Health Center

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Suzanne has over 13 years experience as a Certified Nurse-Midwife and provides prenatal and gynecology services, family planning, deliveries, and post-partum care at Tri-Town Health Center.  Suzanne has delivered over 1,300 babies. She has a BS in Nursing from Rhode Island College and earned her Nurse-Midwifery Certification at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, MA.  She also works in the capacity of Nurse Care Manager for Tri-Town Health Center.






Emily C. Harrison, MD, MPH
Women's Care, Inc.

Emily-HarrisonEmily Harrison is a family doctor committed to the care of underserved women and their families. She joined Women's Care in 2006 after completing her Family Medicine Residency at Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island, followed by a 2 year fellowship in Maternal Child Health at Thundermist Health Center and Landmark Hospital.  Dr. Harrison is the founder and Medical Director of our Family Practice division. Trained to care for women, men, and children at all stages of life, she has a special interest in obstetrics as well as in medical problems during pregnancy.  Dr. Harrison delivers full spectrum family medicine to women, men and children. She performs C-sections as well as the full spectrum of prenatal care and vaginal deliveries.  Based in our Pawtucket office, she sees children as well as men and women of all ages.

Dr. Harrison is Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at Brown/Warren Alpert Medical School, where she is the Assistant Director of Maternal Child Health. She is actively involved in the teaching of obstetrics and newborn care to Family Medicine residents and fellows.

Dr. Harrison is the volunteer Executive Director of Shoulder to Shoulder, a non-profit organization dedicated to health care delivery and poverty reduction in Honduras.  She travels to Honduras several times a year in this capacity, and frequently lectures on topics in global health here in the United States. She is a recipient of the Dean's Excellence in Teaching Award from the Warren Alpert Medical School and received the American Academy of Family Physicians Humanitarian of the Year award in 2012. She was chosen as a Top Doctor for Women by RI Monthly magazine in 2008.

Dr. Harrison speaks Spanish and some French. She is an avid cyclist and marathon runner and enjoys gardening, baking, and kayaking.

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