Louis Morledge is a lifelong resident of New York City. His hospital residency, professional training and education have all been accomplished here earning him an invaluable network of colleagues in the widest variety of medical specialties. In addition to his passion for primary care, Dr. Morledge has an interest in Travel Medicine that began while interning in several East African hospitals. Today, he both prepares outbound travelers and treats international visitors to New York City. He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, a Clinical Professor at New York Medical College, and has attending privileges at New York University Langone Medical Center, Lenox Hill Hospital and Winthrop University Hospital in Garden City, NY. He also enjoyed admitting privileges at St. Vincent’s Hospital in New York City before its closure in the spring of 2010. He is a consultant to the United Nations for Internal and Travel Medicine and is an Honorary Police Surgeon for the New York City Police Department. He is an active member of his professional societies (see below), and is interviewed and quoted frequently by national media outlets. He also lectures nationally to corporations and at conferences on all aspects of internal and travel medicine.