Ivonne McLean, MD
Dr. Ivonne McLean, MD is a full-spectrum, board-certified, family medicine physician at the Institute for Family Health (IFH). She works with medical students, residents and reproductive health fellows in the Harlem Residency in Family Medicine, and is an Assistant Professor in the Mount Sinai Department of Family Medicine & Community Health. Dr. McLean completed a Reproductive Health Care and Advocacy Fellowship at IFH and continues her research interests as an Empire Clinical Research Investigators Program (ECRIP) Fellow. She completed her residency at the University of Massachusetts, Worcester, where her commitment to women’s reproductive health grew. She has facilitated local, state and national workshops on reproductive health, including Cornell Medical School, the New York State Academy of Family Physicians (NYSAFP), the AAFP FMX (American Academy of Family Physicians- Family Medicine Experience) and the Society for Family Planning. Dr. McLean is also on the Board of Directors of the NYSAFP, is a delegate to the AMA, and former secretary for the AAFP reproductive health member interest group. A native of Colombia, her academic and clinical research interests include contraceptive and abortion care, global and rural health, adolescent health, and unconscious bias curriculum development. She enjoys travel and has also worked in Lesotho, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Paraguay, and Nicaragua.