“Indian Country ECHO has created an essential space to learn from and with peers in Indian Country regarding important clinical topics like hepatitis C and gender-affirming care. I am grateful to partner in this work, and in doing so cultivate safe, equitable, and affirming healthcare spaces for Indigenous people.”
Hannah Wenger, MD, is a General Internist at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) who obtained her undergraduate degree in biology at the University of Notre Dame and her medical degree at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. Hannah completed an internal medicine residency and clinical medical ethics fellowship at the University of Chicago followed by a rural health fellowship at MGH. As a fellow and faculty member at MGH, Dr. Wenger has worked since 2018 as a primary care doctor and hospitalist for the Sicangu Lakota Oyate on the Rosebud Indian Reservation in South Dakota while also providing primary and consultative care for gender-expansive people in the greater Boston area through MGH’s Transgender Health Program. Her interests include Two Spirit and LGBTQ health, hepatitis C, and clinical ethics.