Jennifer Madeo D.O., PhD
Dr. Madeo was born and raised in NYC. After her Infectious Disease fellowship, she worked at a hospital in rural Mississippi as the first and only Infectious Disease physician in a large geographical area. Here, she was instrumental in launching the hospital’s first Antimicrobial Stewardship Program, which successfully reduced the use of broad-spectrum antibiotics and raised awareness about appropriate antibiotic use. She also helped to educate the community via lectures, newspaper articles, brochures, and posters.
In May 2020, she joined an Infectious Disease practice in Athens, GA. Here she served as coordinator for the infectious disease rotation for medicine residents and medical students. She also ran an Infectious Disease community clinic and saw patients in private practice. She also worked on an Infection Control Committee.
- Lyme Disease
- Wound Care
- Complicated Skin/Soft
- Tissue Infections
- Travel Medicine
Infectious Disease Physician: Piedmont Athens Regional Hospital, Athens, GA
Infectious Disease Physician: Magnolia Regional Health Hospital, Corinth MS
Infectious Disease Fellowship: University Rochester medical Center
Internal Medicine Resident: Nassau University Medical Center
Medical School: Touro University College of Medicine, Vallejo, CA
PhD: Biomedical Engineering – Graduate Center, CUNY
Post-doctoral Fellow: Biophysics – City College of NY
Pathology Resident:Montefiore Medical Center, NY