Last Modified: June 11, 2024

Dr. Kevin Lombardi is a medical doctor, epidemiologist and public health expert currently serving as the senior manager of Health Research, Policy and Promotion at the National Center for Health in Public Housing. 

Lombardi helps manage health policy for federally funded health centers. He has organized multicenter clinical trials, designed studies to improve emergency department quality care and utilized institutional datasets to answer complex clinical questions.

His research focuses on several areas, including:

  • Medical protocol compliance
  • Public health policy
  • Resource utilization 

As a resident physician, Lombardi served at Sovah Health Medical Center in Danville, Virginia, where he managed patient care in the intensive care unit and a general medical setting. His previous work was as an infection preventionist for Marquis Health, where he managed responses to COVID-19 and multidrug-resistant organism outbreaks.

Lombardi’s research has been published in several peer-reviewed journals, including the Annals of Emergency Medicine and Public Health. The subjects of his published works include:

  • Emergency department public health policies
  • Emergency medicine
  • Epidemiology
  • Face and eye injuries
  • Opioid and drug use in older adults
  • Public health in governmental and nongovernmental policies

While still attending school and doing work in Haiti, Lombardi founded the organization YourStory International. He now serves as executive director of the nonprofit dedicated to changing traditional models of medical aid by helping empower communities to create sustainable economic and social change.

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