Janeane Walker, PhD


Janeane Walker, PhD

Director of Faculty Development & Educational Outcomes

Education & Certifications

Walden University
Masters Degree:
University of Phoenix, MSN
Undergraduate Degree:
Washington Adventist University, BSN and Hofstra University, BA


Janeane Walker is the director of Faculty Development and Educational Outcomes for the Graduate Medical Education (GME) program at Northeast Georgia Medical Center (NGMC). She oversees the Continuing Medical Education (CME) and Health Sciences Library departments for the health system. It is in this role that she assesses and measures the achievements of educational outcomes as identified in the ACGME common and specialty/subspecialty-specific program requirements for GME and adheres to standards set forth by ACCME for the CME department.

 Dr. Walker has spoken nationally on various subject matters including diversity, equity and inclusion, family presence during resuscitation, congenital heart disease and traumatic brain injury. Dr. Walker has worked as a project coach for the grant collaboration program that focused on diversity, health care equity and inclusion in internal medicine training (Building Trust through Diversity, Health Care Equity and Inclusion in Internal Medicine Training program).

 Dr. Walker’s research interests center on health equity, patient safety and the patient care experience. Currently, she is an instructor for Error Prevention Training (patient safety course) and serves as a team member on the Service Excellence patient experience MGT.

Dr. Walker is originally from Brooklyn, New York. She is excited to be a part of the GME team and looks forward to working with the residents, faculty and staff at NGMC.