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Credentials, CV, and Biosketch
Meet Dr. Elizabeth Hidlebaugh
Dr. Elizabeth Hidlebaugh joined AMDG Naples 100 in 2021 after completing a geriatrics fellowship at Duke University. Her passion for geriatrics blossomed in college when she co-authored her first paper in The Journal of Gerontology & Geriatric Research. After medical school, she completed her internal medicine residency at Florida Atlantic University, where solidified her geriatrics focus as a major contributor to a geriatrics screening book chapter in Primary Care: Clinics in Office Practice- Prevention and Screening. Dr. Hidlebaugh has served on multiple committees in the American Geriatrics Society and contributed to national geriatric board review preparation materials. Her efforts towards quality improvement led to improvements in her primary care clinic related to polypharmacy in older adults.
Dr. Hidlebaugh was the recipient of the prestigious Golden Stethoscope Award, Outstanding Clinic Resident, Health Fair Outreach award, and the American College of Physicians Florida Chapter Outstanding Florida Atlantic University Resident award. During her fellowship in Geriatrics at Duke University School of Medicine, she presented research projects at the American Geriatrics Society and the Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care national meetings.
Dr. Hidlebaugh continues to be a champion for prevention & screening efforts in older adults, the reduction of polypharmacy & adverse effects of medications, fall prevention, establishing clear health goals & preferences for seniors. Her practice focuses on functional survival and the preservation of quality of life in her older adult patients.
Dr. Hidlebaugh has been recognized by professors and colleagues for her compassion, reliability, and unwavering dedication to the best possible care for her patients. This Naples native is a welcome addition to AMDG Naples 100 and the community at large.
Dr. Michael Gloth is an Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, a Clinical Professor of Medicine at Florida State University College of Medicine, and an Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of Maryland. He is, also, President and CEO of AMDG Naples 100 Senior Concierge & Consulting. Dr. Gloth, a Fellow in the American College of Physicians and the American Geriatrics Society, served on the Advisory Committee to the 2005 White House Conference on Aging, and the National Advisory Council on Aging. Prior to his move to Naples, he served as President of the Baltimore City Medical Society and the Hospice Network of Maryland, and as the first Geriatrician on the Maryland Board of Physicians.
Currently, he serves on the Health in Aging Foundation Board. His publications are extensive, including medical informatics, in-patient geriatric units, medication management in older adults, Handbook of Pain Relief in Older Adults and an International Book Award winner, Fit at Fifty and Beyond. Dr. Gloth has been the recipient of numerous grants and awards, which have included: multiple listings in Who’s Who® and in Best Doctors in America®, and, in 2006, he was named Clinician of the Year by the American Geriatrics Society. Most importantly, he is happily married and the father of 4 lovely daughters.