Potsdam graduate named Chief Resident at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston
Monday, June 4, 2012 - 5:15 pm

Potsdam High School, class of 1999, Dr. Sarah E. Turbett as been honored with an appointment to serve as Chief Resident for the Internal Medicine Department at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. The MGH Internal Medicine Residency program has a long and world-renowned tradition of training leaders and teachers in academic medicine and biomedical science.

Chief Residents are graduates of the MGH Internal Medicine Residency Program and are selected from the ranks of the program graduates to return to the residency program to serve in a leadership capacity. Chief Residents postpone a year of postgraduate or fellowship training or clinical practice to complete their year-long tenure.

After graduating from Potsdam Central High School in 1999, Dr. Turbett attended Vassar College and Einstein Medical School and MGH. She will continue her fellowship in Infectious Diseases with a clinical and research emphasis on organ transplantation. She resides in Boston and her sister, parents/step parents reside in Potsdam and Morristown.