John Lammie, M.D., is the medical director at UF Health Family Medicine – North. He is a graduate of Penn State University and Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia. He completed his specialty training as a family physician in the Army at Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center at Fort Gordon, Georgia. His Army medicine assignments have included Bremerhaven, Germany; Fort Belvoir, Virginia; Fort Gordon, Georgia as family medicine residency director at Eisenhower Army Medical Center; and Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
During his career, he attended Columbia International University for biblical studies before serving four years in Benin, West Africa at a mission hospital with SIM International. He anchored the adult medicine practice of Eau Claire Community Health Center in Columbia, South Carolina and directed the Family Medicine Residency Program for the University of South Carolina at Palmetto Health Richland Memorial Hospital.
Dr. Lammie returned to the Army in 2003 and deployed to Iraq twice. He directed the large primary care health system at Fort Bragg and served as regional chief medical officer for the Northern Regional Medical Command in Washington, DC. In addition, Dr. Lammie held the position of the Army Medicine’s clinical policy chief as Director of Health Care Delivery in the Office of the Surgeon General. Most recently, he was director of medical education for Womack Army Medical Center at Fort Bragg.
Dr. Lammie’s special interests include his high school sweetheart and wife of more than 40 years and their family, including 13 wonderful grandchildren. He also loves bible study and teaching, international health, yardwork and furniture refinishing.