First pediatrician in Lee County Medical Society’s history to lead 2021 board of directors

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St Pierre MacKoul

St Pierre MacKoul

The new president of the Lee County Medical Society is a pediatrician with extensive experience navigating the vaccination process. Dr. Annette St. Pierre-MacKoul is the 91st president of the LCMS, a professional organization of more than 800 physician members practicing in Lee County. A native of New York, Dr. St. Pierre-MacKoul earned her bachelor’s degree at Adelphi University and then attended Tufts University Medical School. She did her training and residency at the New England Medical Center’s Boston Floating Hospital before starting her first practice. She is the medical director for Family Initiative in Cape Coral. The 2021 LCMS board of directors executive committee also includes President-elect Tracy Vo, DO; Treasurer Ryan Lundquist, MD; Secretary Scott Caesar, MD; Past President Elizabeth Cosmai, MD; and Secretary-elect, Ethical & Judicial Affairs Chair Gamini Soori, MD.

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