Jeanne Gambucci, DO, MPH
Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine
Areas of Interest:
I have many interest in medicine, most of which fall within the family medicine spectrum: underserved medicine, international medicine, community medicine, lifestyle medicine, OB-Gyn infectious diseases, global health and public health.
Prior to medical school, I worked in tuberculosis clinical trials and remain interested in tuberculosis and HIV research.
I was the Diversity Coordinator for the Student Run Health Clinic and Outreach Coordinator for the Spanish Club in medical school. I held a leadership role for the Global Health Internship in Shirati, Tanzania.
Non-Medical Interests and Hobbies:
I have many interests outside of medicine, especially related to physical activity and socializing. I enjoy running, biking, soccer, yoga, and almost any outdoor activity, summer or winter. I also like watching college and professional sports, spending time with friends and family, and traveling.
Why did you come to West Suburban? What do you like best?
I was attracted to West Sub because it is a community hospital in an urban area with a diverse patient population with a lot of medical needs. The program at West Sub also offers experience working in FQHC, as well as opportunities to speak Spanish and travel abroad.