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Dr. Dunlop was awarded a contract from the Georgia Division of Public Health to oversee the development of a ‘Preconception Care Toolkit’ to support primary care providers to integrate preconception health care services with the women’s routine primary health care…"Every woman, Every time".    Presently, she is working with the Georgia Division of Public Health to disseminate the Preconception Care Toolkit and train health care providers in its use.

The Preconception Care Toolkit items can be downloaded by clicking the links below:

Toolkit Presentation Folder

  pdf version  
Letter of  Introduction to Providers
  pdf version  
Provider Monograph
  pdf version pdf version (for printing as booklet)
Cover for Provider Monograph
  pdf version  
Assessment Tool: Reproductive Plans Assessment
  English pdf     Spanish pdf
Assessment Tool: Reproductive Health Risk Assessment 1 (self-administered questions)
  English pdf  Spanish pdf
Assessment Tool: Reproductive Health Risk Assessment 2 (nurse-administered questions)
  English pdf Spanish pdf
Education Tools: Patient Brochures
  General Health Promotion  Diabetes
  English pdf Spanish pdf English pdf Spanish pdf
  Pregnancy Planning and Spacing Hypertension
  English pdf Spanish pdf English pdf Spanish pdf
  Prior Adverse Pregnancy Outcome  Seizure Disorders
  English pdf  Spanish pdf English pdf Spanish pdf
  Smoking Thyroid Disorders
  English pdf Spanish pdf English pdf Spanish pdf
  Depression Lupus
  English pdf Spanish pdf English pdf Spanish pdf
Dental Health
English pdf
Tracking Tool: Provider Checklist
  pdf version  
Billing Tool: Codes for Billing
  pdf version  

Richard Goodman, MD, JD, MPH

Program Director

Preventive Medicine Residency Program 

Dr. Richard A. Goodman is Director of Emory University’s Preventive Medicine Residency Program, and also serves as Professor (Acting) of Medicine in Emory’s Department of Family and Preventive Medicine, and Professor (Adjunct) in Emory’s Rollins School of Public Health.  From 1978 – 2015, he worked for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in leadership and staff positions.  Following completion of his internal medicine residency in 1978, Dr. Goodman joined CDC’s Epidemic Intelligence Service Program.  Other staff and leadership positions were Senior Medical Advisor, DHHS’ Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health and CDC’s National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion; Editor-in-Chief of CDC’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) Series; Associate Director of CDC’s Epidemiology Program Office; and founding Co-Director of CDC’s Public Health Law Program. Dr. Goodman received his medical degree and completed a residency in internal medicine at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and completed a fellowship in geriatric medicine and earned a law degree at Emory University. He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Preventive Medicine, and Geriatric Medicine.  A Commissioned Officer in the U.S. Public Health Service during 1978 – 2006, Dr. Goodman held the grade of Medical Director (CAPTAIN: O6).

In addition to preventive medicine, his other areas of concentration are on managing the national challenges of multiple chronic conditions, particularly among the expanding population of older adults, and on strengthening uses of the public health system for maintaining functional autonomy among the older adult population. Dr. Goodman serves as Associate Editor of CDC’s peer review journal Preventing Chronic Disease, and has lead- or co-authored over 140 papers, chapters, and other publications on topics in applied epidemiology, including surveillance and investigation of acute infectious disease outbreaks, and of chronic disease and injury prevention and control.  He served as the lead editor of the DHHS Strategic Framework on Multiple Chronic Conditions, the founding Editor-in-Chief of the CDC text “Law in Public Health Practice,” and major contributing author to the CDC text “Field Epidemiology.”

Rachel Kornrich, MD, MPH

Associate Program Director 

Preventive Medicine Residency Program 

Dr. Kornrich graduated Summa cum Laude from the University of Tennessee with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Biochemistry in 2001. She earned her MD from Oregon Health & Science University in 2006 after completing her first two years of medical school at East Tennessee State University. From 2006 to 2009, she completed her residency in Family Medicine, with a concentration in Reproductive Health, at the University of Washington. She has been at Emory University since 2013, completing a second residency in Preventive Medicine as well as her MPH in Behavioral Sciences and Health Education.

The Lifestyle Clinic, for which she now serves as Director, has been one of Dr. Kornrich’s major projects during her time at Emory. She has co-developed this new clinical service to engage patients with obesity and chronic disease in modifying lifestyle behaviors. She continually participates in refining the vision and direction of the clinic, practices as a Lifestyle Medicine Physician, and provides oversight of MPH students, medical students, and residents in a variety of clinical and practice development projects.

In addition, she has served as a leader for Motherhood Beyond Bars, a community organization working to better the prenatal and postpartum support of women incarcerated by the Georgia Department of Corrections.  In this work, she met with leaders within the GDC, co-developed childbirth education programming, and delivered childbirth education and support to pregnant and postpartum inmates.

In her capacity as the Associate Program Director for the Emory University Preventive Medicine Residency Program, Dr. Kornrich, is a critical member of the residency’s faculty.  She works collaboratively to evolve the practice and educational models needed for the residency program.  She is responsible for resident orientation, teaching, advising and mentorship, curriculum development, residency scholarly activities, committee leadership, and training site development.

Dr. Kornrich’s clinical interests are in lifestyle medicine, nutrition, preventive primary care, women’s health, contraception, and breastfeeding. She has high-intermediate level competency in Spanish.

She has two publications and three regional and national presentations. 

Anne Dunlop, MD, MPH

Assistant Professor 

Preventive Medicine Division 


Anne Lang Dunlop, MD, MPH is board-certified in family medicine and general preventive medicine/public health.

She completed her undergraduate education at the University of Michigan majoring in microbiology. She graduated from Mayo Medical School in Rochester, Minnesota, and completed dual residency training in family and preventive medicine at Emory University School of Medicine. As part of her residency training she earned her MPH degree in International Health (epidemiology track) from Emory University's Rollins School of Public Health.

Since completing residency training, she has been faculty in Emory's Department of Family and Preventive Medicine and has served as a research fellow for the World Health Organization Collaborating Center in Reproductive Health. Her preventive medicine training, programming, and research experience has focused on maternal and child health issues and primary care approaches to prevention.

She served as director of primary care services and co-principal investigator for the Grady Memorial Hospital Interpregnancy Care Program, and serves as a member of CDC's Select Panel for Preconception Care, which was responsible for convening the National Summit on Preconception Care and drafting the National Recommendations for Improving Preconception Health and Health Care.

Dr. Dunlop is principal investigator of a randomized trial exploring behavioral approaches to treating pediatric overweight in the primary care setting and of a qualitative study exploring how the informed consent process influences participants' willingness to participate in clinical research. As part of her commitment to the WHO Collaborating Center in Reproductive Health, Dr. Dunlop performs analyses of state-wide data sets to better understand the contribution of underlying factors to feto-infant mortality in the state of Georgia according to the Perinatal Periods of Risk Approach. Additionally, Dr. Dunlop provides primary care to patients through Grady Health System's Neighborhood Health Centers.

Dr. Fas received his BS degree in Biochemistry in 1989 at Texas A & M University in College Station, Texas and his MD Degree in 1992 from the University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine in San Juan. His Internship and Residency was completed in Internal Medicine at Emory University School of Medicine Affiliated Program, Atlanta, Georgia.

He is boarded in Internal Medicine and has been with Team Atlanta since July 1996. In January 2003, he was appointed as the Associate Chief of Staff for Education. He also concurrently serves as Supervising Physician for Employee Health Clinic and Physician reviewer for the Fee Basis Program. Dr. Fas has numerous awards and honors to his credit in addition to active membership on a number of committees and councils for Emory University and the Atlanta VA.

Currently, Dr. Fas is Assistant Dean for Graduate Medical Education and Assistant Professor of Medicine at Emory University School of Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine and adjunct Assistant Professor of Preventive and Family Medicine.


Brittany Summerlin, MPH, CHES

Program Coordinator II

Preventive Medicine Residency 


Brittany joined the Preventive Medicine Residency program in late 2014. She received her BS in Media Communications from Kennesaw State University and went on to study public health, earning her MPH from Benedictine University with an emphasis on education and promotion. Shortly after, she completed the exam for Certification as a Health Education Specialist. Since joining Emory, she has enjoyed using this knowledge to help develop education material for the Program's Lifestyle Medicine Clinic.