Chief Medical Officer
Dr. LoBrano earned her undergraduate degree at Tulane University, her Doctor of Medicine degree from The George Washington University Medical Center, and completed residency training in Emergency Medicine at Emory University. After practicing for more than ten years, she completed additional residency training in Preventive Medicine and secured an MPH from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. During her nearly two decades of practice, she has worked with the resilient people of South Africa at The Chris Hani Baragwaneth Hospital, members of the Navajo Nation at Fort Defiance Hospital in Arizona, retired and active duty members of the United States Army, and the diverse populations in metropolitan Washington, D.C. and at an FQHC in Baltimore. Dr. LoBrano is a native of Louisiana who is a lover of history, recreational chef and knitting novice.