Glenn Carr, M.D.

I became a physician because I have a passion for helping people learn how to live healthier lifestyles. It is something I strive for with each patient I see. 

During my time in the Dominica, I assisted in providing medical histories and physical exams and treatment to patients at Princess Margaret Hospital. More recently (2018-2020) I provided medical exams for the homeless and established follow up at a free medical clinic in Indio (Coachella Valley Volunteers in Medicine). I am a founding member of Resident Safety Quality Improvement Committee at Eisenhower Medical Hospital, a resident designed and run organization created to improve safety and quality in healthcare form a resident perspective. 

In 2018 I was named the winner of Roy T Yong award for “Intern Demonstrating Exceptional Humanitarianism in Patient Care.”

Education and Certifications


Eisenhower Medical Center Rancho Mirage, CA

Medical School

Ross University School of Medicine Dominica, West Indies

Board Certification

Internal Medicine