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Dr. Palisch was born and raised in Gilbertsville, Kentucky. He completed his Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at Centre College, and went on to study Health Policy at Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar. For three years, he worked at the intersection of health policy and innovation in Washington, D.C. for the Boston Consulting Group. Seeking to combine health policy with clinical expertise, he went to Stanford University for medical school, and then on to residency at Highland Hospital in Oakland, California, where he was Chief Resident. Dr. Palisch is interested in the intersection of health policy and innovation as a means to provide more equitable, affordable care to all. Outside of the hospital, he enjoys anything outside, including backpacking, trail running and skiing. He and his wife Mallory live in the 12 South neighborhood in Nashville.


Chase Palisch, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine

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