Jennifer M Collier-Madon
Assistant Professor Pediatric Emergency Medicine at Emory University/ MD, FAAP
How long have you been a member of SPUC?
Why did you choose the Pediatric Urgent Care field?
The flexibility of the schedule, I enjoy acute care and doing procedures
Why did you join SPUC?
I joined SPUC to be able to network with other Pediatric Urgent Care physicians and to have access to resources specific to Pediatric Urgent Care.
I received my medical degree in 2003 from the University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center in Memphis, TN. I completed my Pediatric residency in 2006 at UAMS/Arkansas Children’s Hospital in Little Rock, AR. I was in private practice from 2006-2017 in Cartersville, GA and Valdosta, GA. I joined the staff at Emory University in 2017 where I work as an Urgent Care physician in the Pediatric ER at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta’s Egleston and Hughes Spalding hospitals. I have an interest in improving healthcare access and outcomes for children in Foster care. I serve as the co-chair for the Georgia AAP committee on Foster Care, Kinship Care and Adoption. I am also a member of the Amerigroup GA 360 Steering committee. I have two children adopted through the foster care system here in Georgia.