EXCLUSIVE, CMT Podcast | Coronavirus/COVID-19 | EP 310 | Dr. Ellie Campbell on COVID-19 Patient Preparedness and Physician to Patient Education Steps
By Michael Tetreault, Editor, Concierge Medicine Today and Host, The DocPreneur Leadership Podcast
Today’s topic is a critically important and timely concerning Physicians, their communities and Patients as it relates to COVID-19 or Coronavirus.
In this special edition of our podcast we sit down with Dr. Ellie Campbell, a Double Board-Certified Physician with clinical interests in family medicine, holistic care, a specialist in Functional Medicine and Oral Systemic Connection.
Originally a native of metro Chicago-land, she graduated from the University of Illinois in 1983, and obtained a Master of Science degree in 1984. She obtained her DO degree from the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1989, emphasizing care for the body, mind and spirit. Retreating to a southern climate, she then moved to Georgia for her Family Medicine training. In 1992, she received the outstanding resident of the year award from the Family Medicine department at the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta. For the first thirteen years of her career, Dr. Campbell served the uninsured of our community practicing at a community health center. In 2005 she started her own private practice. In her free time, Dr. Campbell and her husband vacation with their three wonderful daughters and enjoy theater, yard work and gardening together.
Dr. Campbell is also the trusted physician to many physicians, surgeons, dentists, chiropractors, veterinarians, and their families.
The staff at CFM refers to Dr. Campbell as the “Master of the Human Jigsaw Puzzle” and feel privileged to have her as their own family physician.
To connect with Dr. Campbell, visit: campbellfamilymedicine.com/about-us/dr…e-campbell/
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