Michelle Mendez DO
She is currently a Clinical Assistant Professor for the University of North Florida and Jacksonville University’s Nurse Practitioner training programs, as well as a clinical preceptor for 3rd and 4th-year Osteopathic Medical Students from NSU-COM and LECOM-Bradenton. Dr. Mendez maintains active staff privileges at two local area hospitals. Dr. Mendez is a 2011 graduate of the Health Policy Fellowship Program and is the Past Chair of the AOA Council of New Physicians in Practice. She previously served as Chair of the Council of Women’s Health Issues, Chair of the Council on Membership, and is a Key Contact Physician for the Florida Osteopathic Medical Association. She served as a delegate to the AOA House of Delegates for over six years and actively participates in DO Day on Capitol Hill as well as Osteopathic Medicine Day in Tallahassee, having served as a Clinic Physician for the Florida State Senate for the last 8 years. In 2012, she was recognized as the Florida Osteopathic Medical Association Physician of the Year. She is currently a Trustee for FOMA District 2 and a FOMA Director-at-Large.