Talia Poy is a clinical consultant and board certified nurse practitioner specializing in Primary Care and Infectious Disease. She received her Master of Nursing Practice and Bachelor of the Arts from Columbia University, and her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from CUNY Hunter-Bellevue School of Nursing. Talia holds a national board certification in Adult-Gerontological Primary Care from the as well as international bachelors equivalent in microbiology.
Prior to becoming a primary care provider, she has previously worked in clinical immunology and community health, with over 13 years of experience in healthcare. This has helped her develop a passion for understanding how environmental, microbial and public health all play a role in individual health and widen the racial and social inequities in care. Most recently she has worked as a COVID-19 clinical specialist and technical lead, developing risk mitigation strategies in telehealth. As BIPOC communities were disproportionately impacted by the pandemic, it only further highlighted the need for greater change in not just how we deliver and create access to care, but how it is approached entirely. As part of Coral health’s initiative to address those disparities, Talia is driven to help bring that change through advocacy, education and evidence based resources for our communities.