Bradley Firchow is a case manager who is passionate about rural medicine and public health. He is excited to improve health outcomes for patients in medically underserved areas. His interest stems from spending his formative years in Appalachia and the rural South.
Bradley currently serves as the Program Coordinator at Childspring International, a nonprofit that provides life-changing surgeries for children from low and middle income countries and as a result transforms communities. To date, Childspring has served over 4,200 children from over 52 countries.
As student at Oglethorpe University, Bradley studied Biopsychology and Public Health and was an instructor for Genetics. He held an internship at the Centers for Disease Control in Prevention where he did child development research and psychometric tool development and validation. Bradley worked on the web version of the Diagnostic Interview Schedule for Children V (DISC-V), CDC’s Legacy for Children Project, and the Vanderbilt Attention Deficit Parent Report Survey validation study.