Erin Walsh, M.D.
Education: University of Nevada, Las Vegas School of Medicine, Boston Medical Center, Second Year Resident
Erin Walsh was born and raised in southern Nevada. She headed to northern California to attend the University of California, Berkeley, where she concentrated on two seemingly unrelated subjects: cellular physiology and mass incarceration. When she wasn’t studying, she spent her time co-facilitating a student-run course that explored the American prison system through weekly lectures and tutoring shifts at San Quentin State Prison. Her interests merged when she was offered the chance to co-direct a pilot program designed to provide patient education to incarcerated patients with diabetes. The years Erin spent working with incarcerated patients galvanized her decision to pursue medicine as a career. She was thankful to receive a full scholarship from Hope Anstett to attend the University of Nevada, Las Vegas School of Medicine. As a medical student, she cherished her experiences working at the HIV Wellness Center and volunteering with the outreach committee of a newly established community clinic. Erin is excited to train at Boston Medical Center where she can continue to pursue her passion to increase access to care for marginalized patients. She is also excited to explore her interests in patient education, advocacy, and individualized health care plans for patients living with chronic diseases. Outside of residency, Erin likes to get outdoors as much as possible!
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