Hello! My name is Jeremy Vincent. Originally from Massachusetts, I grew up about an hour south of Boston with my parents and younger brother. I attended college in Massachusetts, graduating from Boston College with a bachelor of science in Biology. I then attended Tufts Medical School where I completed a Master’s in Biomedical Science. After finishing at Tufts, I spent the next four years at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester, Mass. When the time came to decide where to move for residency, I looked to Tom Brady (as any Boston sports fan would do!), and decided that U-M was the place to be. More importantly, I was drawn to the great medical training I will get at U-M and the chance to live in a top-rated city in the country!
I come to family medicine with a passion for serving patients across the lifespan. I have a variety of clinical interests including geriatric medicine, palliative care, and sports medicine. What drew me to the family medicine program at U-M was the opportunity to work in a variety of settings, including a major tertiary care hospital, as well as a rural community clinic.
In my free time, I love watching and playing sports, exploring new restaurants in Ann Arbor, bowing and traveling.
Areas of Interest
- Sports medicine
- Palliative care
- Geriatric care
University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, Mass., 2017