Wayne Anderson, MD, MPH, DiMM, FAAFP, FAWM
Assistant Director, USF-MPM Family Medicine Residency
Assistant Professor, USF Morsani College of Medicine
University of Alabama Birmingham School of Medicine
Family Medicine, USF-Morton Plant Mease
After graduating from the University of Alabama at Birmingham Medical School, Dr. Anderson entered the USF-MPM residency program where he served as Chief Resident. He has worked in many capacities since his graduation. He has worked as a hospitalist at Morton Plant hospital and physician advisor. Dr. Anderson was tasked with developing and expanding the palliative program at Morton Plant Hospital. He was instrumental in turning the little-known program into a thriving service that provides much needed care to patients with severe debilitating diseases. Dr. Anderson joined the USF-MPM faculty in October of 2013. He is currently the Associate Program Director and Medical Director for the Turley Family Health Center. He is also the Director of the Wilderness Medicine Track.
Dr. Anderson served in the United States Army Reserves as a family physician. He was deployed to Afghanistan and various locations across the US. With his military background and his own personal interest, he has acquired advanced training and certification in wilderness and austere medicine. He has earned a Diploma in Mountain Medicine and is a Fellow of the Academy of Wilderness Medicine. Dr. Anderson is also certified in dive and marine medicine and is a DAN referral physician.
Dr. Anderson is married and has two sons. He enjoys being with his family, SCUBA diving, camping and hiking.