Mark Messinese

Mark Messinese studied premed and graduated with a bachelors in microbiology from the University of Florida in 1982. He then studied medicine at the American University in Washington, D.C. and trained in the UK for several years before returning to the US at Temple University in Philadelphia to do his residency in internal medicine. His […]

Biography

Mark Messinese studied premed and graduated with a bachelors in microbiology from the University of Florida in 1982. He then studied medicine at the American University in Washington, D.C. and trained in the UK for several years before returning to the US at Temple University in Philadelphia to do his residency in internal medicine. His first three years of practice were as a clinical instructor in medicine followed by 25 years in private practice in the Baptist Health Systems, where he served as both the chairman of medicine and chief of staff at Baptist Medical Center in Jacksonville Beach, Florida. Mark is now the medical director of Fleet Landing CCRC in Atlantic Beach, Florida, and is actively engaged in the training of medical students and physician’s assistants.

 

He’s an avid fisherman and bow hunter and a student of Christian philosophical and scientific apologetics. Mark also serves as an officer of a local RTB Chapter and is a certified volunteer apologist with RTB. He is married to Debbie, a nurse (who works alongside him), and they have 5 children and 11 grandchildren.

Biography

Mark Messinese studied premed and graduated with a bachelors in microbiology from the University of Florida in 1982. He then studied medicine at the American University in Washington, D.C. and trained in the UK for several years before returning to the US at Temple University in Philadelphia to do his residency in internal medicine. His first three years of practice were as a clinical instructor in medicine followed by 25 years in private practice in the Baptist Health Systems, where he served as both the chairman of medicine and chief of staff at Baptist Medical Center in Jacksonville Beach, Florida. Mark is now the medical director of Fleet Landing CCRC in Atlantic Beach, Florida, and is actively engaged in the training of medical students and physician’s assistants.

 

He’s an avid fisherman and bow hunter and a student of Christian philosophical and scientific apologetics. Mark also serves as an officer of a local RTB Chapter and is a certified volunteer apologist with RTB. He is married to Debbie, a nurse (who works alongside him), and they have 5 children and 11 grandchildren.