Sarah Eppley

Medical Student, University of California, San Francisco

Sarah Eppley is currently a third-year medical student at the University of California, San Francisco after completing her Master’s degree in Health and Medical Sciences at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health. Her thesis focused on hospital closure in the US, including original qualitative research investigating the impact of a local hospital closure on the surrounding community. In addition to medicine, Sarah loves animals and the great outdoors. She is not sure what field of medicine she will commit to, and is excited to spend her career working with patients and healthcare providers to provide high quality human-centered care.

My Sessions

Oral Presentations

Pan American

1) Medicare Advantage and Nursing Home Quality Shannon Wu 2) What can we learn from hospital closure? A case study of Doctor’s Medical Center, San Pablo, CA Sarah Eppley 3) Associations between psychosocial attributes of patients/oncologists with potentially burdensome interventions (PBIs) in the final month of life: Secondary analyses of VOICE Paul Duberstein 4) An […]