Duke General Internal Medicine is proud to welcome Dr. Logan Adams, who joined our faculty earlier this month.
Dr. Adams is originally from Lubbock, Texas where he completed his undergraduate at Lubbock Christian University and medical school at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine. He is most recently coming from Boston where he completed an Internal Medicine Residency and Addiction Medicine Fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Here at Duke, Dr. Adams is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine with a secondary appointment in the Department of Psychiatry. He will be involved in developing medical education for internal medicine and psychiatry residents in addiction medicine. He works clinically at the Duke Outpatient Clinic (DOC) providing office-based addiction treatment (OBAT) as well as outreach addiction services on a mobile unit in partnership with Durham Technical College and other community partners. Dr. Adams will also be working with the Department of Psychiatry in a new addiction medicine specialty clinic.
“I am thrilled to join alongside the incredible, ongoing work in the department of medicine to care for patients with substance use disorders" says Adams. "I am especially excited to work closely with the internal medicine and psychiatry residencies to expand on the training in addiction medicine.”
Dr. Adams moved to Durham with his wife, Hannah, who is a chaplain and PhD candidate at Boston College. He is an avid college sports fan and loves all things outdoors, making assimilation into the culture of the triangle seamless.
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