An empathetic and respectful physician, Trina Parker has attended eminent educational institutions to pursue her studies. She graduated from University of Miami, with a Bachelor’s degree in Science, majoring in Biology and then enrolled at Howard University Medical School. She specializes in Internal Medicine/Hospital Medicine and offers quality health-care to her patients.
Member of Phi Kappa Honor Society Trina Parker is a presently a member of Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society – an academic honor society that promotes excellence in the liberal arts and sciences. The society inducts the most outstanding students of sciences and arts at America’s leading universities and colleges. Founded on December 5, 1776 at The College of William and Mary, the organization is also the oldest honor society and among the oldest undergraduate societies in the United States. It publishes “The Key Reporter”, which is a newsletter distributed quarterly to the contributing members and biannually to all other members.
Other Memberships In addition, Trina Parker is also associated with the National Medical Association and American Physiological society. Known as the oldest and largest national organization, the NMA or National Medical Association represents African American physicians as well as their patients in the U.S. It is a national, scientific organization, with nearly 112 affiliated societies throughout the country. The NMA aims at improving the quality of health among disadvantaged individuals through its membership, community health education, professional development, advocacy and partnership with private and federal agencies.
Charitable causes Aside from being a dedicated physician, Trina Parker is also a humanitarian who participates in various church activities. She has been a volunteer with American Red Cross Disaster Action Team that prepares for and responds to disasters 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This team offers disaster relief to meet needs of victims of storms, house fires, transportation accidents, floods, tornadoes and man-made disasters. The DAT team comprises well-trained mental-health workers who can offer victims with emotional support through difficult times.
A family-oriented individual Trina Parker is married and has two children, and loves spending quality time with her family. Aside from that, she also enjoys traveling and reading in her free time.