Graham is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine. He grew up in Columbia, SC and completed his undergraduate studies in Material Science and Engineering with a concentration in Economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Graham attended Medical School here at Vanderbilt where, en route to graduation, he took a 2-year detour to obtain his MBA from Harvard Business School. He was thrilled to remain here at Vanderbilt for his Residency in Emergency Medicine. He went on to serve as an Assistant Residency Director after completing his residency training before transitioning to his current roles as the Assistant Director of Regional Growth and Strategy and Medical Director of Vanderbilt Tullahoma Harton Hospital. Within EM he has an interest in operations, resident education, and wilderness medicine. In his spare time you can usually find him rock climbing, on a mountain somewhere, or planning his next trek.
Graham Van Schaik, MD, MBA
Medical Director, Vanderbilt Tullahoma Harton Hospital
Assistant Director of Regional Growth and Strategy
Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine