Ann T. MacIntyre, DO, MHS, FIDSA is an infectious diseases physician in private practice in Florida. In addition to her work as a physician in both inpatient and outpatient settings, Dr. MacIntyre has also worked as an epidemiologist, public health policy analyst, and researcher in a variety of healthcare settings including academic and community hospitals, government facilities as well as public clinics and private office settings. Her training includes a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Michigan followed by a Masters of Health Science in Health Policy from the Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health. She then worked at the US Department of Health & Human Services as a public health analyst. While actively involved in policy development related to the public’s health, she became keenly interested in the one-on-one medical care of patients as it impacts the general public. Following medical school at the Nova Southeastern University School of Osteopathic Medicine, she completed an internal medicine residency at Johns Hopkins University/Sinai Hospital of Baltimore and fellowship training in infectious diseases at Yale University. She has an appointment as Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Internal Medicine at Nova Southeastern University. She is also the Director of the Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program as well as Antimicrobial Stewardship Program at Palmetto General Hospital, Florida. She is also a Medical Director at Karius, Inc. Through the course of her career, she has been published in a variety of journals on issues involving healthcare associated infections, immunity and diagnostic testing. Dr. MacIntyre remains an active consultant in the fields of health policy, antimicrobial resistance, antibiotic stewardship, infectious diseases diagnostics and infection control/epidemiology in both domestic and international settings. She is currently on the Board of Directors of the Infectious Diseases Society of America.
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