Professional experience & accomplishments
Dr. Ivonne McLean is a board-certified family medicine physician at the Institute Family Health, where she completed a Reproductive Health Care and Advocacy Fellowship and an Empire Clinical Research Investigators Program (ECRIP) fellowship. She completed her residency at the University of Massachusetts, Worcester, where her interest and commitment to women’s reproductive health grew. A native of Colombia, Dr. McLean’s academic and clinical research interests include reproductive health care, global and rural health, adolescent health, and anti-bias and anti-racism curriculum development. Outside of academia, Dr. McLean advocates for patients and physicians alike, as a DEI commission member at the New York State Academy of Family Physicians and the national American Academy of Family Physicians. She also enjoys travel and has worked in Lesotho, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Paraguay and Nicaragua.