Summus – Virtual Specialty Care

Dr. Mary Mulcare, MD, Chief Medical Officer at Summus, the world’s leader in virtual specialty care, discusses their mission to restore human connection in healthcare. Using proprietary technology, Summus creates a new healthcare model, where members quickly connect with leading doctors to provide personalized, condition-specific support across the continuum of care. For patients, this is providing an elevated virtual specialty care experience that includes the ability to access high-quality specialist doctors across any health question, from anywhere in the world. For physicians, this is working to re-engage their professional satisfaction. She also talks about the launch of Summus Wellbeing, a new program grounded in Lifestyle Medicine. 

Dr. Mary Mulcare serves as the Company’s Chief Medical Officer and oversees all clinical aspects of Summus operations. Mary also serves as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medicine, and has held several leadership roles at Weill Cornell, including Director of Undergraduate Medical Education in the Department of Emergency Medicine and Assistant Director of the Margaret and Ian Smith Clinical Skills Center. She brings deep medical experience and a commitment to patient and physician education. She continues to make significant academic contributions to the fields of medical education and Geriatric Emergency Medicine. Mary completed her undergraduate education at Princeton University and obtained her medical degree from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, graduating with honors from the AOA Medical Honor Society and the Gold Humanism Society. She served as Chief Resident of the Emergency Medicine residency program at New York-Presbyterian Hospital and completed a fellowship in Geriatric Emergency Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical Center.

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