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photo Jamie Lynn Stern, MD, MPH

General Internal Medicine

Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine


Phone: 412-692-4888

Office: UPMC Montefiore Hospital, Suite 933W
200 Lothrop Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Phone: 412-692-4888
Education and Training
BA, Biology, Washington University, 1986
MD, Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1991
MPH, Boston University, 1996
Internal Medicine Residency, Boston University Medical Center, 1994
General Internal Medicine Fellowship, Boston University Medical Center, 1996
Research Interest
Dr. Stern completed a research project with a graduated medical student at the University of Pittsburgh. The subsequent publication, "Giving Back: A Mixed-Methods Study of the Contributions of US-Based Nigerian Physicians to Home-Country Health Systems," was published in Globalization and Health in 2016.
Clinical Interest
As a general internist, Dr. Stern enjoys caring for all adult patients with a wide variety of medical issues. She also has advanced training/expertise in women's health issues. In addition, Dr. Stern feels strongly about "giving back" and has participated in three medical missions to the Ukraine, Haiti, and Honduras.
Educational Interest
Dr. Stern teaches a first-year medical student course at the University of Pittsburgh on patient/physician communication. In addition, she teaches third- and fourth-year medical students who have chosen to participate in a women's health elective. The students see patients with Dr. Stern and receive feedback on their performance.
Selected Publications:
Nwadiuko J, James K, Switzer GE, Stern J. Giving Back: A mixed methods study of the contributions of US-Based Nigerian physicians to home country health systems. Global Health. 2016; 12: 33.
Notable Achievements
Fellow, American College of Physicians, 2008
Certificate of Appreciation for Dedication in Teaching Medical Students, University of Pittsburgh, 2000
Certificate of Appreciation for Excellence as Teaching Attending, Family Practice Residency Program, Western Pennsylvania Hospital, 1998
Chairman’s Award for Teaching, Western Pennsylvania Hospital, 1997
Graduated with Honors, Washington University, 1986