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Sumita Khatri, M.D., MS

Vice President – Mission Programs, and Chair of the Public Policy Committee

Co-Director Asthma Center, Cleveland Clinic

Sumita Khatri is an associate professor of medicine at CCLCM/CWRU School of Medicine and an adult pulmonary and ICU physician with a specialized focus in asthma patient care and clinical research. She earned her medical degree at Ohio State University, trained in adult pulmonary and critical care medicine at Cleveland Clinic, and earned a Master's Degree in Clinical Research at Emory University. Previously, Khatri has been on faculty at Emory University, and MetroHealth Medical Center in Cleveland.

Since 2010, Khatri has been a co-director of the Asthma Center at Cleveland Clinic, cares for patients in the Medical ICU. She is also a core facilitator on relationship-centered care for the Center for Excellence in Healthcare Communication at the Cleveland Clinic. Khatri is also involved in public health outreach and patient advocacy, serves on the national board of the American Lung Association, and is active in professionalism and leadership programs at Cleveland Clinic and CWRU.

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