Dr. D’Amico entered Jefferson Medical College in 1968 after spending three years as a biology major at Catholic University of America in Washington D.C. After graduating from Jefferson in 1972 she did her internship and residency at Wilmington General Hospital before going into practice on her own in 1976. Dr. D’Amico retired from practice in 2007. Since then she has volunteered at the Claymont Family Health Clinic, a clinic for the uninsured, and from 2009-2011 she was the Medical Director of Planned Parenthood of Delaware. Most recently she is the Medical Director of a new medical spa.
Dr. D’Amico has been professionally involved in ACOG, the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, for more than twenty years and has held a variety of leadership positions in the organization, most notably as the first woman District III Chair from 2004-2007.
Jefferson Medical College, alumni, women, oral histories, medicine, OB-GYN, obstetrics, gynecology, Wilmington, ACOG, American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
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Oral history was edited by Kelsey Duinkerken, April 2015
Interview was conducted by Kelsey Duinkerken with Dr. Anna Marie D'Amico on April 22, 2015
D'Amico, Anna Marie and Duinkerken, Kelsey, "Anna Marie D'Amico" (2015). First Women at Jefferson Oral Histories. 8.
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