Karinn A. Glover, MD, MPH is a Director of Adult Behavioral Health at Montefiore and an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. She focuses on health equity, diversity in medicine, medical student and residency education, community engagement, and increasing access to mental health for marginalized populations. Dr. Glover earned her undergraduate degree from Howard University, then attended Columbia University where she obtained a Master of Public Health degree. She then attended SUNY Downstate College of Medicine, where she obtained her Doctor of Medicine. Dr. Glover joined Montefiore in 2009 as an HIV Psychiatrist in the CICERO Program.
Dr. Glover uses mindfulness-based techniques in her psychiatry practice, as well as her career coaching for diverse professionals, and is committed to addressing the mental health needs of patients and families. She leads a multidisciplinary team of medical and mental health providers and community-based organizations. She also managed the implementation and expansion of a collaborative care model in 21 primary care clinics throughout the Bronx and lower Westchester County.
Dr. Glover is experienced in teaching, having taught evidence-based psychopharmacology treatment modalities to residents and medical students, HIV Mental Health in Primary Care for Family Medicine residents and case conferences for Internal Medicine residents. She has been recognized with many awards for her efforts, and has written two publications. Dr. Glover is also a former Vice President of the Black Psychiatrists of Greater New York & Associates.