About MeJarrett Sell, MD, was born in Maryland. He attended Duke University, where he studied Chemistry, and completed medical school at the University of Virginia. Dr. Sell received his Family Medicine residency training in Phoenix, Arizona, where he had the opportunity to practice Spanish. Before joining Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, he practiced for eight years in a small rural town in Southwestern Virginia, where he did outpatient, inpatient, and nursing home care. Dr. Sell enjoys the full spectrum of Family Medicine in downtown Harrisburg in an open and affirming setting. Dr. Sell's clinical interests include teaching, LGBTQ healthcare, and providing care to those living with HIV.
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Medical School, University of Virginia Medical Center (Charlottesville) - 2000
Residency, Family Medicine Good Samaritan Regional Medical Ctr. - Phoenix, AZ - 2003
- HIV care
- Health disparities, medical student and resident education
- LGBTQ Care
- Population community health
- Faculty Teaching Award, 2018
- Family and Community Medicine Clerkship Award for an Excellent Teacher, 2011-17
- Family and Community Medicine Clerkship Award for an Exceptional Role Model, 2011-17
- Family and Community Medicine Department Chair Award, 2014, 2015
- Penn State Junior
- Penn State Qualitative Research Grant, Taking the Next Step: Uncovering The Health Needs of the Transgender Community, 2016
- Woodward Educational Grant, 2014