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Brooke Herndon, MD

Brooke Herndon

Brooke Herndon, MD, is a primary care physician in the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center’s (DHMC) department of General Internal Medicine. Herndon's experience with patient care informs her membership on the DHMC Informatics team.

Dr. Herndon was involved in selecting the Epic System as the vendor for the new Electronic Health Record (EHR) system called eD-H and continues to work with the Epic team to advise the technical teams on systems’ features and operations that meet clinical requirements.

Dr. Herndon’s involvement in Informatics led her to pursue research in care coordination. Along with Denise Anthony, a sociology professor at Dartmouth College, Herndon received grant funding from the Dartmouth Center for Clinical and Translational Science (DCCTS). Their work, “Technology in Practice: Using the EHR to Measure Care Coordination in Primary Care,” measures levels of care coordination activity in primary care delivery.

Dr. Herndon received her BS from Princeton University and her MD from the University of California (Los Angeles). She did her residency in Internal Medicine – Primary Care Track in the University of California (Los Angeles), San Fernando Valley Program. From 1997-2000, Herndon held a Fellowship in Women’s Health with the Veterans Affairs Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System.

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