Dr. Hany Atallah Named to Woodruff Leadership Academy Class of 2018
Hany Atallah, MD, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, School of Medicine, and Chief of Emergency Medicine, Grady Health System, has been selected as a Fellow of the 2018 class of the Woodruff Leadership Academy (read more here).
The WLA program selects about twenty researchers, physicians, educators and managers in the Robert W. Woodruff Health Sciences Center to annual Leadership Academy fellowships. Fellows participate in classroom sessions, team projects and weekend retreats ¿to develop, exercise, and strengthen individual leadership potential.
Dr. Atallah joined the Emory University School of Medicine faculty in 2003, having received his MD at New York Medical College and completed the Jacobi/Montefiore Emergency Residency Program of the Albert Einstien College of Medicine. Recognized as Georgia College of Emergency Physicians Medical Director of the Year for 2014 and Georgia Association of Physician Assistants Physician of the Year for 2013, Dr. Atallah has also won several teaching awards for residents and medical students and was a Finalist for the prestigious Franz Edelman Award for Excellence in Operations Research. Dr. Atallah was also selected for the Leadership Atlanta class of 2015 and the America’s Essential Hospitals Fellows Program. He is married to Dr. Louise Chang and has two children.