Family medicine physician
Contributing author, primary care
Amy Dawson, MD, MPH, FAAFP, served as the associate director and the medical director at the Fort Wayne Medical Education Program, a family medicine residency program with dual accreditation by both the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education and the American Osteopathic Association from 2012-2020. After earning her MD from The Ohio State University, Dr. Dawson trained in family medicine at the Fort Wayne Medical Education Program. Following her training, she spent three years in private practice at Brooklyn Medical Associates, followed by four and a half years as the medical director of the Matthew 25 Health and Dental, and almost four years practicing in Quito, Ecuador. In July 2012, she moved back to Indiana and joined the faculty of the Fort Wayne Medical Education Program as the medical director of the Family Medicine Clinic, training new family medicine doctors to provide great health care now and in the future.
In 2020 she moved to Barcelona, Spain to work with organizations promoting family medicine training in sub-Saharan Africa.