Jan DeLozier, MD

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2024 Outstanding AlumnA Award Winner

Dr. Jan DeLozier

Following the family tradition of attending the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Dr. Jan Stalling DeLozier graduated from the College of Medicine in 1982. Upon graduation, she completed her residency and internship in internal medicine at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine.

Known as a dedicated internal medicine physician that has always put her patients, Dr. DeLozier initially began her journey at Vanderbilt with the Wilson Medical Group.  During her time at Vanderbilt, she held several academic appointments including Instructor and Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgery and Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine.  While at Vanderbilt, she had the opportunity to volunteer as a preceptor for the Shade Tree Clinic, a comprehensive medical student run free health clinic.  She also held an academic appointment in the Division of Emergency Medicine for two years at UT Health Science Center in Knoxville.   Dr. DeLozier has held hospital appointments as an attending physician in the emergency department at Vanderbilt Hospital in Nashville, Tennessee and at Regional One Medical Center in Memphis, Tennessee.

Jan has received many awards and accolades during her career.  Vanderbilt recognized her as an Outstanding Preceptor in the Division of General Internal Medicine.  She received the Five Star Excellence Award in the Division of General Internal Medicine and the Excellence in Patient Experience Award at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine.  In addition to her awards, she has also published articles and presented at the Endocrine Society.

Dr. DeLozier is married with three children and two grandchildren.  She is still an active member of of many organizations, including The Priory in the United States of America of the Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, the Pink Ribbon Society at the University of the South, Junior League of Nashville, and the St. Thomas/Ascension Seton Society.  Jan recently retired, but is currently volunteering as a pre-med advisor at the University of the South in Sewanee.

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