Nathan Burke, M.D.

Nathan was raised in Columbia, South Carolina before attending Clemson University. Nathan graduated with Departmental Honors in Biological Sciences from the Clemson Honors College before relocating with his wife to Jacksonville, Florida. Nathan started medical school in 2018 and earned his medical doctorate from the University Florida College Medicine in May of 2022. He is the first physician in his family. As a medical student Nathan was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha medical honors society, awarded the Barbara B. Bennett, MD Memorial Award from the Department of OB/GYN, and spent well over 1000 hours volunteering with the Equal Access Clinic Network. Among his accomplishments with EACN, Nathan founded the cardiology clinic, cofounded the first free prenatal clinic in Alachua county under the supervision of Dr. Reem Abu-Rustum and alongside co-resident Dr. Michelle McCraw, and served as Director for the Monday night primary care clinic. During medical school Nathan explored his clinical interests through research in pediatrics, medical ethics, cardiology, dermatology, pulmonology, and gynecologic oncology. Outside of the hospital, Nathan and Katie spend their time loving on and raising their two beautiful girls, staying involved at Creekside Community Church, sampling new coffee and beer in Gainesville, and exploring local trails. Nathan is an avid sports fan and has a particular fondness for the Clemson Tigers, Boston Celtics, and Boston Red Sox. When not in Gainesville, you are most likely to find Nathan and family somewhere along the coast of Maine, their home away from home.