Dr. Bradley is an Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. He practices Pediatric Hospital Medicine at Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth, and is co-director of the Patients and Populations Course at Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth.
Dr. Bradley graduated from Williams College and University of Massachusetts School of Medicine with a passion for medical education and applying the humanities to clinical medicine. During residency in internal medicine and pediatrics at Tufts/Maine Medical Center, this extended to quality, safety, and clinical ethics. Following chief residency in internal medicine and pediatrics in Maine, he completed a fellowship year in the VA Chief Residency in Quality and Safety (CRQS) Program as part of the Dartmouth Hitchcock Internal Medicine and Pediatrics residency programs. He continued on as CRQS program faculty, contributing to iterative development of the curriculum at the VA National Center for Patient Safety.
Dr. Bradley currently serves as the inaugural Director of Graduate Medical Education Quality and Safety Education for Dartmouth Health, teaching and mentoring trainee work in quality and safety across specialties. He continues to work clinically as an adult and pediatric hospitalist.