Jill M. Blickley, DO, MS

Hospital Medicine

LVPG Cliniciani


Languages spoken

  • English


Philosophy of care

It is my objective to use evidence-based medicine to care for patients, but it is my philosophy to provide people with the necessary education to participate in making the decisions that affects their health. Educating patients takes time, but I truly believe it is just as important as any medication I may prescribe. Taking a few minutes to define the disease, review the complication and finally, develop a treatment plan together is invaluable.

Why I entered medicine

Fo as long as I can remember, I wanted to be a doctor. As a child, my favorite TV show was Marcus Welby, MD. I am not sure what intrigued me about the profession at such an early age. Perhaps it was the white coat or possibly the metal device they wore around their necks. However, today I now realize it was something much deeper and more fundamental. It is the physician's persistent courage and belief in the value of the human individual that gained my utmost respect and attention.

Personal interests

Nearly all of my time outside of work is devoted to the role of "Mommy" to my two boys.


Muhlenberg College, BS - Biology & Philosophy, 1994

Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, MS - Human Nutrition, 1996

Medical Training
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, DO - Doctor of Osteopathy, 2000


Internship 2001
PCOM Consortium of Hospitals, Philadelphia, PA

Residency 2002
Internal Medicine, PCOM Consortium of Hospitals, Philadelphia, PA

Residency 2003
Internal Medicine, PCOM Consortium of Hospitals, Philadelphia, PA


American Osteopathic Board of Internal Medicine - Internal Medicine

Publications & Clinical Trials