Erica Rotondo, D.O.
I am a Family Medicine physician with over seven years postgraduate clinical experience. I am successful in making patients feel listened to and cared for in an ever changing health care system. I focus on patients’ individual experience of health and wellness, rather than the assembly line approach to primary care medicine that has become more common these days.
Training in Health Policy Studies at NYIT/NYCOM 2008-2009
Family Medicine at John C. Lincoln Hospital, Phoenix, Arizona 2007-2009
General Surgery Internship and Second Year, Detroit, Michigan 2005-2007
Midwestern University, Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine 2000-2005
UW-Madison Bachelor of Arts in Women’s Studies, with a Certificate in African Languages and Literature
Work Experience since Medical School
Independent Jan 2016-present
Board Certified Family Physician treating patients in Family Medicine clinics in Wisconsin.
SIU School of Medicine Aug 2014-2016
Assistant Professor of Clinical and Family Medicine in the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine’s Family Medicine Residency Program in Springfield, Illinois. With 700+ personal patients in a busy Federally Qualified Health Center with 50,000+ office visits in 2014. Supervising 30 residents, and many medical students in the outpatient clinic and during home visits. An attending physician on the busy Family Medicine Training Service (our inpatient service with residents and medical students) at Memorial Medical Center, a 473 bed Level 1 Trauma Center in Springfield, Illinois.
Springfield Clinic 2012-2014
Prompt Care physician treating walk-in visits in urgent care department in a large, multispecialty clinic. Collaborating with specialty departments, primary care, and emergency department providers. Laceration repair, foreign body removal, incision and drainage, interpret xray and lab results onsite in Springfield, Illinois.
McDonough District Hospital 2010-2012
Solo Family Medicine physician in an outpatient, hospital-owned clinic in Macomb, Illinois. Adult, Pediatric, and extensive Geriatric medicine due to community population. Procedures such as incision and drainage, suturing, cryotherapy to skin lesions and warts, skin biopsies, toenail procedures, and training in Botox and facial line fillers.
North Phoenix Family Medicine Clinic 2009-2010
Primary care and procedures for patients from newborn to geriatrics.
No Appointment MD 2009
Walk-in Family Medicine Clinic in Phoenix, Arizona.
Active Medical License in Wisconsin and Illinois 2010-present
History of Unencumbered Medical Licenses in Michigan and Arizona 2005-2010
Wisconsin Association of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons member 2016
American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians (trustee of the Illinois chapter in 2015)
American Cancer Society Colorectal Cancer Prevention Task Force, Illinois chapter 2015
Illinois Osteopathic Medical Society (CME Committee 2013-2014) 2010-2015
McDonough County Health Department Board Member 2010-2011
American Osteopathic Association
Illinois Humane Society Foster Parent
Midwest Mastiff Rescue, adopter
Galloping Out Horse Rescue, adopter
AZHOME Site Coordinator (this club conducts free health clinics in Phoenix homeless shelters)
Michigan Retired Greyhounds as Pets, adopter
Guatemala Medical Mission Volunteer, DOCARE International
AIDS Ride, Minneapolis to Chicago. I raised $2800 for Wisconsin AIDS projects.
Exchange Student through UW-Madison, Tanzania, East Africa