About Dr. Coupet

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Sidney Coupet, DO, MPH, MSc

Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Sidney Coupet is an Internal Medicine physician with over 10 years of experience in providing primary care to ethnically and linguistically diverse patients. Dr. Coupet is the founder of SPARK Health, an organization that supports clinics to deliver comprehensive community healthcare services using an innovative membership model called Direct Primary Care (DPC). The model is comprehensive and consist of primary & preventative care, chronic disease management, behavioral health services, and wellness. Dr. Coupet is the Chief Medical Officer at Coupet Quality Clinic, the flagship center for SPARK Health that is located in Ft. Lauderdale, FL., where he provides healthcare services to hundreds of ethnically diverse patients. Dr. Coupet also serves as the primary care advisor for Santé Nou, a US healthcare logistics company that provides emergency care for people traveling to Haiti, while simultaneously delivering primary & preventive care for those residing in Haiti.

Dr. Coupet has received numerous awards and distinctions throughout his career. In 2005, he was awarded the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship which he used to develop and facilitate health workshops for previously incarcerated men in Pittsburgh, PA. In light of his various experiences, leadership and his commitment to the healthcare profession, he was awarded the Black Achievers Award in Medicine in 2008. Dr. Coupet was featured in South Florida Hospital News for his leadership in bringing the DPC model to Broward County and his practice was recognized in the Florida Sun Sentinel News as an alternative model to cost effective primary and preventative healthcare services. While Dr. Coupet is actively communicating and educating the public about the pandemic via social media, radio, and publications, he is also providing critical information to other community health clinics around the country in order to effectively participate in reducing and flattening the curve for the Coronavirus.

Dr. Coupet obtained his medical degree at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine and received a Master of Public Health in Health Policy Management at the University of Pittsburgh. He completed his residency training in Internal Medicine at Geisinger Medical Center in Danville, PA. Dr. Coupet went on to do a fellowship at the University of Michigan as a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholar where he received a Master in Health Services. Dr. Coupet has delivered multiple presentations at local and national health conferences and published numerous peer-reviewed scholarly papers focusing on global health.

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