Glenn Matthew Chertow


Dr. Chertow, MD, MPH received his undergraduate degree from University of Pennsylvania, his MD, MPH degree from Harvard University and his clinical fellowship training in nephrology at the Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston. Throughout his 18 years of experience in nephrology, Dr. Chertow has published over 200 articles and received numerous honors and awards. Dr. Chertow currently practices nephrology at the Medical Specialties Clinic at Stanford and holds a position as Chief of Nephrology in Stanford Hospital. In 2008, Dr. Chertow was appointed as the inaugural holder of the Norman S. Coplon/Satellite HealthCare Professorship of Medicine. Dr. Chertow has been a referring physician for Satellite since 1999 and has strongly supported Satellite's mission to make life better for those living with kidney disease.