Background & Bio
Dr. Tobi Amosun is Assistant Commissioner at the Tennessee Department of Health and Director of the Division of Family Health and Wellness. She previously served as medical director for one of the largest pediatric practices in Tennessee, which was the #1 patient-centered medical home in the state. She is on faculty at Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital, with an interest in mitigation of adverse childhood events and investigating social determinants of health and their impact on the care of priority populations. Dr. Amosun graduated with honors from Vanderbilt University. She completed her medical school training at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and her residency at the Children’s Hospital Pittsburgh. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and a board member of the Cumberland Pediatric Foundation, a middle Tennessee nonprofit organization dedicated to scientific, charitable, and educational purposes to improve healthcare services for children. In addition to clinical care, she is focused on patient advocacy, quality initiatives, staff development, and community engagement. Dr. Amosun has been recognized for community service and acts as a mentor to medical physician trainees. She serves on several other state and national boards. Dr. Amosun is a speaker and writer whose work has been featured by local, state, and national organizations.