Amy L. Burke, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine and PediatricsProgram Director- Combined Medicine-Pediatrics Residency Program
Dr. Burke is a graduate of the College of the Holy Cross (1991). Prior to matriculating in medical school, she spent two years working as a public high school teacher in New Orleans with Teach For America. She graduated from Tulane University School of Medicine (1997), and Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine (M.P.H., 1997). She was a member of the first Georgetown Med-Peds class recruited by Dr Stephen Ray Mitchell. Upon completion of the program in 2001, Dr. Burke accepted a position as junior faculty, ultimately being named program director in 2004. Currently, she directs the Med-Peds Faculty Resident practice and continues to have a busy clinical practice.
Clinical interests are women's health, care of multiples, quality improvement and diabetes.
Michael Donnelly, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics
Associate Director- Combined Medicine-Pediatrics Residency Program
Dr. Donnelly received his medical degree from UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School (1998), and completed a combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics residency at The Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York City (2002). Upon completion of his residency, Dr. Donnelly worked at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. After one year in Boston, he accepted a position at Georgetown. Since that time he has been Associate Director of our Med-Peds residency, and runs the physical diagnosis course at the medical school. He currently serves as a faculty advisor to the National Med-Peds Residents Association (NMPRA) and was recently elected to the executive committee of the American Academy of Pediatrics Med-Peds Section.
Bhumika Gandhi, MD
Assistant Professor of Intenal Medicine and Pediatrics
Dr. Gandhi received her MD from The George Washington University's School of Medicine (2005), and completed a combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics residency at Georgetown University (2009). She is currently an Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at Georgetown and serves as an outpatient preceptor for both the Med-Peds resident’s clinic and the Internal Medicine resident’s clinic. Dr. Gandhi also is co-director of the Pediatric Cancer Survivorship Program through the Lombardi Cancer Center, which serves to identify late effects of cancer treatment.
Meghann Kirk, MD
Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics
Dr. Kirk completed medical school at Georgetown University's School of Medicine (2005) and her Internal Medicine and Pediatrics Residency at Georgetown University Hospital (2009). She is one of the core faculty in the Med-Peds residency and precepts Resident Clinic for both Med-Peds and Internal Medicine. Dr. Kirk is involved in coordinating the Med-Peds preclinic curriculum, and also teaches in the General Internal Medicine PGY1 rotation and the Pediatric Student Clerkship. Her professional interests include Preventive Medicine and wellness, Mind-Body Medicine, Medical Education and primary care across the lifespan.
Erin Farrish, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics
Dr. Farrish received her MD from Georgetown University School of Medicine (2009), and completed a combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics residency at Georgetown University (2013). She is currently an Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at Georgetown and serves as an outpatient preceptor for both the Med-Peds resident’s clinic and the Internal Medicine resident’s clinic. Professional interests include medical education, procedures in primary care, and health maintenance and prevention in patients with chronic medical conditions.
Internal Medicine Key Faculty
Pediatrics Key Faculty