Dr. Newberry attended medical school at the University of Chicago School of Medicine. She also obtained her JD at the University of Chicago Law School. Subsequently, she completed her emergency medicine residency at Stanford University Medical Center. Following this, she went on to become a fellow of Social Emergency Medicine and Population Health. She is the Co-Medical Director of the Peninsula Family Advocacy Program.
Rooted in a commitment to social justice and community engagement, her mission is to improve patient and community health, here and abroad, by (a) investigating the social determinants of health in emergency medicine at the individual patient and population health level; (b) developing and studying emergency medical care-based interventions to confront social inequities; and (c) actively promoting the role of emergency medicine in population health and public health.
- Health Policy (Injury Prevention, Intimate Partner Violence, Public Health)
- Emergency Obstetrics
- Community Engagement in the Emergency Department