Athena Andreadis , MD
Assistant Professor, Behavioral and Clinical Medicine
Dr. Andreadis received her BS in 2003, graduating with distinctions, from Otterbein University near Columbus, Ohio. She went on to complete her Doctor of Medicine degree at the American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine and graduated in 2007. While at AUC, Dr. Andreadis was involved in several campus activities including student government and student clinical research. During her clinical rotations in Miami, Florida, she was able to publish a clinical research article with the Cleveland Clinic Foundation.
In 2010 Dr. Andreadis completed residency in internal medicine at Canton Medical Education Foundation in Canton, Ohio. During her time there she served as chief resident from 2009 to 2010. She was also awarded an ABIM research grant in 2009 for a performance improvement and quality improvement project.
After completing residency, Dr. Andreadis practiced for five years as a Hospitalist at Aultman Hospital in Canton, Ohio. She has served as an educator for much of her professional life, as chief resident, a clinical instructor at Northeast Ohio Medical University, and also as an attending physician; teaching clinical skills to residents, medical students, and nurse practitioner students. She has also taken on a role as a patient educator in her hospital based practice as well as with mission work. Over the past two decades, she has participated in medical mission trips to Sub-Saharan Africa and the Dominican Republic.
Dr. Andreadis currently teaches clinical medicine at AUC and is thrilled to again be a part of her alma mater.