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Priscilla Michelle Mpasi, M.D., FAAP - ChristianaCare. Wilmington, DE, US

Priscilla Michelle Mpasi, M.D., FAAP

Assistant Medical Director for the Clinically Integrated Network and Delaware Medicaid Partners | ChristianaCare


Dr. Priscilla Michelle Mpasi is Assistant Medical Director for the Clinically Integrated Network and Delaware Medicaid Partners.


A pediatrician by training, Dr. Priscilla Michelle Mpasi role focuses on healthcare system navigation for medically vulnerable populations and Medicaid network adequacy through community medicine coordination and her research efforts focuses on health equity promotion and pediatric health disparities. Dr. Mpasi additionally focuses on education preparation and leadership development for physicians and medical students underrepresented in medicine to expand workforce diversity and executive leaders of color in the medical field.

Areas of Expertise (1)


Education (3)

University of Pennsylvania: MS, Health Policy Research 2020

Virginia Commonwealth University: M.D. 2014

Duke University: BS, Psychology 2005

Media Appearances (3)

Universal Basic Income program helping pregnant women with challenging circumstances

WDEL  online


"The goal in that when they're in the program now with the stipend is to understand financial management and literacy, in addition receiving wrap-around services that will support the other determinants of health," Delaware Healthy Mother and Infant Consortium Chair Dr. Priscilla Mpasi said. Mpasi is also a pediatrician affiliated with ChristianaCare.

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Heading home for the holidays but want to stay healthy? Here are 5 things you should know

The News Journal  online


Is it too late to get my flu shot? It’s never too late to get an annual influenza vaccination, according to Dr. Priscilla Mpasi, a pediatric physician at ChristianaCare.

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3 pre-winter viruses swirl across Del.; State plots strategy

WDEL  online


There is currently no vaccine available for RSV. Christiana Care Associate Clinical Director, Complex Primary Care and Community Medicine Dr. Priscilla Mpasi said cases are most common among children as well as people 65 years of age or older.

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