Novneet Sahu is an assistant professor of emergency medicine and family medicine at New Jersey Medical School, and he practices emergency and family medicine in Newark, New Jersey. Sahu’s work focuses on clinical care, education, and health development in low-resource environments, locally and globally. He co-directs the community medicine and urban health track for emergency medicine residents at the medical school and serves as medical director for the New Jersey Family Practice Center, which serves a large population of patients who face health inequities.
Through his role with the U.S. Army Reserve Civil Affairs Command, Sahu is the humanitarian assistance and public health physician that focuses on planning and executing U.S. civil affairs global health engagement in Europe and Africa. His recent work includes improving access to care through transdisciplinary collaboration in East Africa and assessing disaster resiliency in southeastern Europe. He has experience in developing health infrastructure with minimal resources in “failed states.”
Sahu mentors medical students and resident physicians interested in global health and community medicine and bridges local and global health concepts on health development. He maintains membership in several professional associations, including the American Academy of Family Physicians, American Academy of Emergency Medicine, and National Association of Emergency Medical Services Physicians.
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