Yvette McQueen, MD is a global physician on a mission to education about health, travel wellness and disease prevention. She is an Emergency Medicine Physician and Travel Doctor, working as a physician across the US and the Caribbean. Dr. McQueen received her medical degree from Medical College of Ohio [Toledo] and Emergency Medicine Residency at St. John Medical Center in Detroit, MI. She has worked at academic centers teaching EM residents and medical students, community hospital EDs, and urgent care centers. Dr. McQueen currently is a Locum Tenens physician in EM and UC; holds several active state medical licenses and in Malawi, East Africa; and on the Board of Directors for Duval County Medical Society and the College of Urgent Care Medicine.
Dr. McQueen also serves as a travel group physician ensuring healthy and safe travel of the clients before and during the international trip. Dr. McQueen is a best seller author, speaker, blogger, consultant, CPR and First Aid instructor; wilderness emergency care training and international teaching for the American Heart Association. She has traveled to 30+ international countries for exploring; organizes medical missions to Africa, hospital training/teaching in Rwanda and Tanzania; and participates in international church missions. She is passionate about educating travelers about health and travel wellness.
- Leadership, Professional Development, Wellness
- Cardiac Emergencies (EKGs, POC Echo, ACS)
- Trauma and Critical Care (including Airway)
- Infectious Disease
- Health Policy (Injury Prevention, Intimate Partner Violence, Public Health)
- Travel Medicine/Traveling Healthy