Emma Hall, MD

Boise Program
Class of 2025

University of Vermont Larner College of Medicine

Emma grew up in the small town of Harvard, Massachusetts. She enjoyed her time at Wesleyan University, where she studied French and Neuroscience, played club soccer and ultimate frisbee and met her future wife. She later spent time in San Francisco doing breast cancer prevention research and volunteering as a scribe at a public health clinic. Emma enjoyed scribing enough to move back to the east coast during a polar vortex and worked as a full-time scribe at a Dermatology office before starting medical school.

A selfie photograph of Emma Hall in blue lense sunglasses kayaking with a friend on a lake.

She attended the University of Vermont Larner College of Medicine, where she participated in the Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship program with her friend and co-resident, Malla. This program allowed her to experience primary care unfiltered, which provided an excellent foundation for pursuing more experience in rural family medicine and urgent care during her fourth year. In addition to these, her clinical interests include reproductive health, dermatology and mental health (particularly in adolescents).

Outside of medicine, Emma likes to play pickup team sports, try new breweries, and explore the outdoors in many forms. Picnicking, hiking, biking, paddle boarding and cross-country skiing to name a few. She also learned to downhill ski in her fourth year of medical school and has since been loving it – Bogus Basin offers great terrain for beginners like herself as well as her more experienced pals who usually take off for the back side of the mountain after a few green runs together.