Kate E. Cahill, MD is an Assistant Professor of Medicine and Medical Science, Clinician Educator.
She completed medical school at the University of Pittsburgh in 2006 and came to Rhode Island for her internship and residency in General Internal Medicine followed by a year as chief medical resident. She joined the faculty in 2010.
Her clinical work is based at Rhode Island Hospital where she cares for inpatients on the medical wards for several months a year. When not on service in the hospital, she supervises the internal medicine residents at their primary care continuity clinic at the Center for Primary Care on Chapman Street.
Her academic interest is in medical education, and she serves as the Clerkship Director for the Core Clerkship in Internal Medicine at Alpert Medical School. She also co-directs the Clinician Educator Track for the Rhode Island Hospital Internal Medicine residencies and teaches the High Value Care Curriculum.