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Dr. Katrina Trammell practices at the University of South Alabama Midtown Pediatrics. Known affectionately by her patients as “Dr. T,” Dr. Trammell has been a pediatrician for 22 years and teaches and supervises medical students, nurse practitioner students and physician assistant students as an assistant professor of pediatrics at the University of South Alabama College of Medicine. Dr. Trammell also attended medical school and completed her residency at the USA College of Medicine.
Prior to becoming the medical director of Gulf Coast TotalCare, Dr. Trammell served as medical director for similar Medicaid programs in the region starting in 2013.
Dr. Trammell is a member of numerous professional societies including Mobile Pediatric Society, Alabama Chapter of American Academy of Pediatrics, and the Mobile Metropolitan Medical Society. Her community involvement includes serving on the board of the Gulf Regional Early Childhood Services, as an Alabama member of the Asthma Coalition, as a community research fellow with the Gulf States Health Policy Center and as a contributor to the Edith Mitchell Health Initiative. Dr. Trammell’s passion for pediatrics was recognized in 2011 when she was named one of the most influential African American doctors in the Mobile-Pensacola area by Black Health Magazine.
Sylvia has more than 20 years’ experience in the health care field, with a focus on Medicaid, managed care and the uninsured. Sylvia has served as the Executive Director of Gulf Coast TotalCare since 2014, when the organization provided care coordination as a Medicaid health home for recipients with chronic illnesses. Sylvia facilitated Gulf Coast TotalCare’s transition to the current Alabama Coordinated Health Network program. Prior to coming to Gulf Coast TotalCare, Sylvia served as Executive Director of MedNet West in West Alabama where she implemented one of the state’s first patient care networks, precursors to health homes. In 2013, Sylvia presented her experience with patient care networks to a statewide commission appointed by the governor to help the state reform Medicaid. Sylvia previously served in administration of Federally Qualified Community Health Centers in Mobile, Tuscaloosa and North Carolina and has experience in managed care. Sylvia served six years in the U.S. Army Reserve and is an active board member for the Mobile Metropolitan Medical Society. Sylvia has a Bachelor of Science degree in Organizational Leadership from the University of Mobile.
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