Doctor Clint Potter, MD.
Biography
Board Certified, American Board of Family Medicine.
Dr. Clint Potter is board certified in family medicine and built his private practice to focus on
the latest breakthroughs in medical advancements. Born and raised in Miami, Florida, he
attended The University of Southern California where he earned his undergraduate degree
in Psychobiology. He went on to receive his medical degree from The Albert Einstein
College of Medicine in New York.
From 1990-2009, he had his private Family Medicine practice in California before moving on
to a position as an attending Emergency Specialist as St Luke’s Hospital, San Francisco,
University of California and Stanford Medical.
Returning back to the Sunshine State in 2015, he then opened his Naples Florida practice
providing patients with longevity and wellness treatments. His one on one personalized
approach allows clients to get customized therapies not found anywhere else. Under his
leadership, A.I.M of Naples is now a leader in outstanding patient care.
Education
B.S. Psychobiology, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California – 1983
M.D. Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York, New York – 1987
Residency
Department of Family and Community Medicine UCSF San Francisco, California – 1987-
1990
Certifications
Diplomat, National Board of Medical Examiners – 1987
American Academy of Family Practice 1990 – Present
Advanced Cardiac Life Support
Advanced Trauma Life Support
Professional Affiliations
American College of American Academy of Family Practice
American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
American Society of Addiction Medicine
Honors and Awards
Phi Beta Kappa – University of Florida
Alpha Lambda Delta, National Honor Society
Order of Palm, Senior Honors Recognition, USC
Region II Coordinator, 1st Symposium on Acquired Immune Deficiency, Albert Einstein
College of Medicine – 1983
Mortar Board, National University and Community Service Order
Medical Director, Camp Hakuna Matata, a summer camp for children and their families
affected by HIV / Aids. Since 1995
Recipient, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Award for Community Service – 2000
Member, St. Luke’s Hospital Ethics Committee – 2000