Dr. Jennifer Duke is very involved in her local community. She is active in the Alzheimer’s Association of Central Ga, participating and winning the People’s Choice Award 2015 Dancing Stars of Central Ga for Alzheimer’s. You will see her volunteering her time with the Macon Civic Club, Nutcracker of Middle Georgia and National Charity League. She enjoys giving local lectures on health concerns, autistic spectrum disorders, and attention deficit disorders.
Dr. Duke has been practicing medicine since 1996. She graduated with honor from Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Georgia in 1991. She was elected into Alpha Omega Alpha, a medical honors society in 1995, and graduated from the Medical College of Georgia in 1996. She completed her internship at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and her Family Medicine residency at the Medical Center of Central Georgia. She worked in many local emergency rooms and clinics in North Carolina and here in Macon while her children were young.
Dr. Duke looks forward to establishing life-long relationships with you and your family. She believes in regular preventative care and integrates good nutrition, nutritional supplements, physical exercise and relaxation as cornerstones of health and well-being.