Dr. Anthony Lee David Sanders was born and raised in Aurora, IL, to Mark and Monica Sanders. He is the youngest of four children. He went to Fisk University in Nashville, TN, where he received his BA in biology and became a member of the distinguished Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated. He subsequently went to Meharry Medical College where he received his medical doctorate in 2005. Upon graduation from medical school, he moved to Indianapolis, IN, to complete his residency training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Indiana University School of Medicine. Since graduation from residency in 2009, he has been practicing Obstetrics and Gynecology with Community Health Network at Community Hospital East in Indianapolis, where he serves the underserved population. In 2016, he started a comprehensive program focused on treating substance use disorders with a focus on opioid addiction in pregnancy which has progressed to treat all substance use disorders during pregnancy and the postpartum period. His passion for serving the underserved goes beyond the borders of the United States. He first started going on medical mission trips in 2004 to Zimbabwe and now typically goes on medical mission trips multiple times per year. In addition to Zimbabwe, his missionary travels have taken him to Ghana, Liberia, Nigeria, El Salvador, and Haiti. Dr. Sanders and his wife since 2006, Dr. Alicia Sanders, have been blessed with 3 beautiful children, Sydney, Victoria and Anthony the 2nd.
17. Health Equity Analytics Outlook – The Journey to Health Equity: How AI-Driven Care Can Help Drive Disparity Out of Care
- Dr. Anthony Sanders, Physician – OBGYN, Community Health Network
- Teresita Oaks, MPH – Director, Community Health Programs, Parkland
- Alexandra Wroe, Director, Care Coordination, UM & CDI, Queens Medical Center
- Jason Jones, Chief Analytics and Data Science Officer, Health Catalyst