Lily Gordon, MD
Warren Alpert School of Medicine at Brown University. Lily was born in Oakland and raised in Berkeley, California. She majored in anthropology with a focus on medical anthropology at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. Lily developed her interest in primary care through working as a medical navigator for Health Leads, a student-run program focused on addressing social barriers to health equity faced by Rhode Islanders.
After college, Lily worked as a cook and server in Seattle before moving to Spain to pursue her Diploma of Spanish as a Foreign Language (DELE). In 2019, she returned to her medical studies at the Warren Alpert School of Medicine where she completed a scholarly concentration in caring for LGBTQ+ populations with a focus on the care of gender diverse individuals and issues of substance use and misuse in this population. Throughout her time at Brown, Lily worked with Rhode Island’s Spanish-speaking population through volunteering at Clinica Esperanza, a free clinic serving Providence’s Latinx population and through her work for the Brown Human Rights Asylum Clinic. Her professional interests include caring for gender diverse patient populations, migrant health, and obstetrics. In her free time, Lily enjoys long phone calls with friends, biking, and attempting to grow tomatoes.