Commitment to Patient-Centered Care
“Given the ongoing ups and downs of life, I strive to walk alongside my patients and provide care that respects them, their families, and their journey.”
Dr. Graber is board-certified in family medicine with additional training in Addiction Medicine. She cares for patients both in the hospital and in the clinic, with a special interest in pregnancy, and parents of young children, and adolescents.
- Graber LK, Roder-DeWan S, Brockington M, Tabb T, Boynton-Jarrett R. Parent perspectives on the use of group well-child care to address toxic stress in early childhood. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma. 2019; 28(5): 581-600.
- Graber LK. What adversity means to families (and why we do the work we do). Oral presentation at Codman Square Health Center Continuing Medical Education Session: June 2016, Boston, MA.
- Graber LK, Roder-DeWan S, Brockington M, Tabb T, Boynton-Jarrett R. Creating trauma-informed group well-child care: Primary child abuse prevention and mitigation of toxic stress in early childhood. Oral presentation at American Public Health Association Annual Meeting: November 2015; Chicago, IL.
- Yun K, Hebrank K, Graber LK, Sullivan M-C, Chen I, Gupta J. High prevalence of chronic non-communicable conditions among adult refugees: Implications for practice and policy. Journal of Community Health. 2012; 37(5):1110-11181. doi:10.1007/s10900-012-9552-1.
- Elansary M, Graber LK, Provenzano AM, Barry M, Khoshnood K, and Rastegar A. Ethical dilemmas in global clinical electives. J Glob Health. 2011. 1(1):24-27.
- Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA
- Family Medicine, Boston University Medical Center, Boston, MA, USA
- American College of Academic Addiction Medicine
- American Academy of Family Physicians
- Minnesota Academy of Family Physicians
- Nominee for the Minnesota Family Physician of the Year, MN Academy of Family Physicians, 2021
- Twin Cities Business 2021 Notable LGBTQA Executive
- Gold Humanism Honor Society Member, 2012
“I love good food, new recipes, dark chocolate, novels, and big earrings, especially when shared with friends and family.”