Shelly-Ann Fluker, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine
Department of Medicine
Office: FOB 485
BiographyDr. Fluker graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a BS in Biology and minors in Chemistry and Writing in 1997. She then attended Harvard Medical School, graduating in 2001. She did a primary care residency at Brigham and Women’s Hospital from 2001 to 2004 and then did a primary care chief residency year from 2004 to 2005. She joined the Division of General Internal Medicine as a part–time faculty member in January 2006.
Dr. Fluker is one of the internists that sees patients in the Grady Liver Clinic, a primary care based clinic that provides comprehensive care, including treatment, for patients with chronic hepatitis C. The physicians in the Grady Liver Clinic are evaluating the outcomes of patients seen and treated in the clinic. In addition Dr. Fluker is focusing on evaluating the experience of residents who rotate through the Grady Liver Clinic.
Dr. Fluker sees her own patients one half day per week in her faculty practice in the Primary Care Center at Grady Memorial Hospital. She also sees patients with chronic hepatitis C one half day per week in the Liver Clinic at Grady Memorial Hospital. She supervises residents in the Primary Care Center and spends 2 months a year as an attending on the General Medical Wards at Grady Memorial Hospital.
Dr. Fluker teaches Emory medical residents in the Primary Care Center and on the General Medical wards at Grady Memorial Hospital. She also teaches medical residents on the General Medicine wards at Grady Memorial Hospital. Dr. Fluker teaches medical residents in the Clinic Conference curriculum and in the Ambulatory Block workshop curriculum. Dr. Fluker also teaches in the annual Emory Internal Medicine Board Review course.
Dr. Fluker is the Assistant Director of the Primary Care Track of the Internal Medicine residency program and is Director of Clinic Conference, the weekly clinic based conference curriculum for the medical residents.