Erin McFadden, MD
Erin McFadden, M.D., a board-certified internal medicine physician, serves as the medical director of The Wright Center for Community Health Scranton Practice, dean of undergraduate medical and interprofessional education for The Wright Center Graduate Medical Education, and core faculty at The Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education's Internal Medicine Residency.
She earned her medical degree at Temple University School of Medicine and completed her internal medicine residency training at The Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education. Dr. McFadden is also deeply involved in The Wright Center's geriatric fellowship program. She plays an integral role in developing the lifestyle medicine curriculum, intending to become board-certified and improve the curriculum for current residents at The Wright Center. In addition, she serves as co-regional director of medical education for A.T. Still University - School of Osteopathic Medicine in Mesa, Arizona, and as medical director of Inner Harmony Wellness Centers, a holistic, naturopathic practice.
As the COVID-19 pandemic began in March 2020, Dr. McFadden led an educational support and clinical coaching program with the University of Pennsylvania, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Penn State University, Temple University, Geisinger, and Allegheny Health to assist more than 400 personal care, assisted living, and skilled nursing facilities in Northeast Pennsylvania with pandemic care. She also led an outpatient infusion center at The Wright Center for Community Health Scranton Practice, providing monoclonal antibody treatment for patients with severe COVID-19. To watch her speak about her experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic, visit bit.ly/3MHVtR7.
To learn more about The Wright Centers for Community Health and Graduate Medical Education, visit TheWrightCenter.org.