Mehul Tejani, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Department of Medicine

Biography

Dr. Tejani joined Emory in 2011 after completing a Chief Resident year at his residency at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. While there, he was named the Best Housestaff Teacher in Internal Medicine in his 3rd year of residency. After arriving at Emory where he is based at Grady, he has been a medical educator serving as a teaching attending in the inpatient units, precepting the outpatient resident clinics at Grady, and has his own panel of patients at the Ponce Clinic which accounts for half of his clinical time. He is currently the Senior Project Advisor for the Social Medicine Elective, which he has done since 2011, the associate director for the Distinction in Teaching and Leadership, and this year took on the role of Course Director for the Emory Internal Medicine Board Review. As part of the Distinction in Teaching and Leadership, he is now working with the rising chief residents in developing an elective to be based at Grady but offered to learners ranging from medical students to fellows in Teaching and Leadership in a concentrated and experiential manner.