Kathryn (Kate) Kellogg, MD, MPH
Associate Medical Director
Contact: [email protected]
Dr. Kellogg is the Associate Medical Director with expertise in healthcare safety and adverse event analysis. She studied medicine at the University of Rochester and received a Master's in Public Health from The Dartmouth Institute with focus in developing a systems approach to healthcare improvement. During year-out medical school research fellowship, Dr. Kellogg conducted a study using both qualitative and quantitative methods to initiate development of a tool for adverse event analysis, which was subsequently used at MedStar Health. She is currently PI on an ARHQ-funded study of workplace-related stressors in Emergency Medicine, and serves as co-investigator on a number of other AHRQ-funded projects related to event review, simulation, and health IT. Dr. Kellogg is a board-certified Emergency Medicine physician who practices at MedStar Washington Hospital Center, and she is an assistant professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Georgetown University.