Hannah Barber Doucet is pediatric emergency medicine physician at Boston Medical Center and the Intern Selection Chair for the LEAD track. Hannah is originally from Brooklyn, NY, completed her undergrad at Wesleyan University and her MD/MPH at SUNY Downstate. She was a resident in BCRP LEAD (formerly UHAT) and completed PEM fellowship at Hasbro Children’s Hospital/Brown University. She is also the resident rotation director for the BMC peds ED, and APD for the PEM fellowship. Her med ed and research work focuses on building and evaluating health equity and anti-racism focused training. Out of the hospital, she is usually urban and wildlife adventuring with her wife and kids or finding new sci-fi/fantasy reads.
Samuel Belmonte is the Residency Program Coordinator at Boston Children’s Hospital for the Boston Combined Residency Program. He was raised in New York and earned a B.A. in Critical Social Inquiry from Hampshire College, where he studied PTSD and queer theory. Samuel has worked in the public and mental health sectors since 2015. Prior to his career in public health, he was a co-owner of Pedal People, a worker-owned human-powered delivery and hauling service for the Northampton, Massachusetts area. Samuel has helped small businesses incorporate with a cooperative model, worked with survivors of torture for Mount Sinai, and done process improvement for a telehealth start-up. Outside of work Samuel enjoys riding his bike, hiking, and cooking.
Rachel Korus is a current hospital medicine fellow at Boston Children’s Hospital and one of the associate program directors for the BCRP at Boston Medical Center. She is originally from Connecticut and moved up to Boston where she completed both her undergraduate and medical school training at Tufts University. She then stayed in the Boston area as both a pediatrics resident, followed by chief resident, in the BCRP. Through her residency and chief year experiences, Rachel developed her personal and academic interests in resident wellness and support, resident coaching, medical humanities, and trainee condolence expression and grief management. Outside of the hospital, she can be found trying new (and old) restaurants in Boston (ask her about her favorites!), grabbing coffee at Tatte & Flour (come join!), practicing yoga, reading fiction, or enjoying one of New England’s many beautiful hikes with her husband.