Jamie is a Family Medicine Resident Physician in the St. John Providence Hospital System. She has over 10 years of experience in plant-based nutrition and she is passionate about improving community and population health. In her practice, Jamie considers the plant-based diet to be optimal for the prevention and treatment of chronic diseases. Jamie is also a leader of the PBNSG plant-based curriculum committee and helped review over 200 studies illustrating the relationship between food and chronic diseases.
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, Michigan State University: 2017
Master of Public Health, Michigan State University: 2017
Bachelor of Business Administration: Western Michigan University: 2004
Philosophy of Care:
“I want to help give every one of my patients their very best shot at a happy, healthy life. Each of us is in the driver’s seat when it comes to our own health destiny. This is not taught in medical school, unfortunately, but the science is clear - there is no better way to ensure a disease-free life than by being consistently mindful about what we eat. My goal is to make sure my patients understand the power of plant-based foods to maintain and restore health. If I can help others discover the joy of investing in their health and making good choices, I’ve fulfilled my life mission.”