George Rust, MD, MPH
Dr. George Rust is an External Advisory Board member of the H. James Free, MD, Center, and is faculty of Florida State University College of Medicine. Previously, he completed 24 years of teaching, patient care, research, and program development at the Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM). He was the founding director of the MSM Faculty Development Program, and founding director of the MSM National Center for Primary Care. In Atlanta, Dr. Rust served as board chair of the Atlanta Community Access Coalition, and as co-chair of Georgia’s Minority Health Advisory Council. He also has served as senior scientific advisor to the HHS Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ).
Education & Training
- MD- Medicine, Loyola University
- Residency- Family Medicine, Cook County Hospital in Chicago
- MPH- Public Health, University of Illinois