Dr. Jennifer Caudle is a board-certified Family Medicine physician and Associate Professor in the department of Family Medicine at Rowan University-School of Osteopathic Medicine.
Prior to this, Dr. Caudle was a faculty member in the Johns Hopkins University / Sinai Hospital Residency Program in Internal Medicine in Baltimore, MD, and an Instructor of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
Dr. Caudle graduated with Honors from Princeton University and earned her medical degree from UMDNJ - School of Osteopathic Medicine.
She appears as a regular on-air health expert for local and national news networks, including The TODAY Show, The Dr. Oz Show, CNN, FOX News, Rachael Ray Show, Steve Harvey Show, Fox 29 Philadelphia News, PBS and many others.
Her health articles have been published in The Daily Beast, CNN.com/Opinion, DoctorOz.com, ABCNews.com and she has been quoted by USA Today, Cosmopolitan Magazine, Prevention, Shape, Huff Post, Readers Digest, Good Housekeeping, Men’s Health and others.
She is a national lecturer on opioid prescribing for physicians. She presents the CORE REMS “ER/LA Opioid REMS: Achieving Safe Use While Improving Patient Care” lecture throughout the country. She also presents workshops on health, wellness and motivation to companies and organizations, and she lectures on the topic of childhood bullying to hospitals and healthcare organizations.
Dr. Caudle is a cellist, and as a musician she has performed Cello in orchestras and string ensembles internationally. She attended Walnut Hill School for the Arts and studied Cello at the New England Conservatory of Music Preparatory School during her high school years. Dr. Caudle is a former trustee of Walnut Hill School for the Arts.
In 1999, Dr. Caudle earned the title of Miss Iowa and competed in the 1999 Miss America Pageant.
Dr. Caudle currently practices Family Medicine at Rowan Medicine 570 Egg Harbor Rd suite C2, Sewell, NJ 08080.