Amy Dawson, MD, Associate Program Director
I am originally from Idaho and received my undergraduate degree in French with an Anthropology minor from Wellesley College in Massachusetts. After earning my medical degree from The Ohio State University, I trained in family medicine at the Fort Wayne Medical Education Program, graduating in 2000. I then spent 3 years in private practice at Brooklyn Medical Associates, hoping to be able to leave for medical missionary work at the end of that time. Instead, I ended up as the Medical Director of the Matthew 25 Health and Dental Clinic for four and a half years. Finally, my family and I were ready to participate in mission work overseas and had the privilege of serving in Quito, Ecuador for almost four years. In July of 2012, we moved back to Indiana and I joined the faculty of the Fort Wayne Medical Education Program as medical director of our Family Medicine Clinic, training new family medicine doctors to provide great healthcare now and in the future.