201 N. Clyde Morris Blvd., Suite 200, Daytona Beach, FL 32114
Dr. Corinne Cade was raised in the small town of Tallapoosa, Georgia. She obtained a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and a Bachelor of Arts in Biology during her time at Georgia Southern University while working in an organic chemistry research lab and fulfilling various roles throughout the organic chemistry department. Before beginning medical school at Mercer University, she enjoyed teaching as a professor of English. Her interest in rural underserved medicine was solidified during her time at Mercer, and she was fortunate to be a part of the last medical mission to travel to Honduras before the pandemic. She served as the student lead in one of the first swab sites for the CDC in the country and was on the executive boards of the ethics, palliative care, and rural medicine interest groups.
Dr. Cade grew up in a home that highly valued education, history, music, and religion. Growing up with two brothers in the heart of the countryside, she has developed passions for gardening and wildlife. She loves growing dahlias and taking care of her pet cats and ball pythons. She came to Florida with particular appreciation for marine ecosystems and anticipates scuba diving adventures. Her other hobbies include reading about anthropology and herbal medicine as well as playing the piano and singing. Outside of her academic interests, she has always been an avid weightlifter in her free time and appreciates the camaraderie of the gym communities she has been a part of, finding it a unique place to encourage individuals in achieving their health goals. Above all of these things, she has always prioritized her spiritual relationship with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and gives glory to Him in all things. She is excited to practice in a field with such robust diversity where all patients can find care, and she knows that the Halifax Family Medicine Residency program is among the best in preparing those that desire to practice full spectrum family medicine.