Georgia Tetlow, MD, ABOIM, IFMCP, founded Philadelphia Integrative Medicine (PIM) in 2009, a model site for Functional Medicine application and onsite clinician mentoring. She maintains both a thriving patient care practice and mentoring practice for clinicians in transition or maintenance phases of Functional Medicine practice. She is boarded and fellowship trained in integrative medicine and specializes in applied genetics as part of a comprehensive Functional Medicine approach. PIM’s vision is to integrate the best of conventional with evidence-based medicine yet to be incorporated into conventional protocols to inspire patients to care for themselves and be well. Dr. Tetlow mentors providers to ‘honor self’ as the key to stress reduction and a thriving practice.
Dr. Tetlow has been an invited speaker at international conferences since 2010. She serves as clinical assistant professor of rehabilitation medicine at Sidney Kimmel Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals, and was certified as a mindfulness teacher in 2008 and hatha yoga instructor and yoga therapist in 1993. Over the past six years, she has pioneered a self-care curriculum for practicing clinicians. She completed medical school at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, residency at Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals, and integrative medicine fellowship at the University of Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine as a Bravewell Fellow. She is the recipient of Howard Hughes Medical Grant funding, a Heller Foundation Grant, the Arnold P. Gold Foundation Leonard Tow 2004 Humanism in Medicine Award, the Brody Award in Medical History, and the 2018 and 2019 Main Line Today Top Integrative Medicine Doctor peer-reviewed award (only physicians vote).