Jocelyn M. Morin, MD
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Skills :Preventative Health, Women's Health, Evidence-based Treatment, Pediatrics, and Adult Medicine
Location :Cazenovia FHC, 3045 John Trush Jr. Boulevard Suite 1, Cazenovia, NY 13035
Address :3045 John Trush Jr. Boulevard Suite 1 P.O. Box 301, Cazenovia, NY 13035
Dr. Jocelyn Morin is ready to help you and your family stay healthy.
At the Community Memorial Hospital Family Health Center in Cazenovia, we offer primary and preventative care for newborns to the young at heart. As members of your healthcare team we recognize that you are the ultimate decision maker in regards to your health. Our goal is to provide you with the most up to date evidence-based guidelines so that you can make informed decisions about your medical, mental and spiritual care.
Learn more about Dr. Morin
Jocelyn Morin, MD, practices Family Medicine and has board certification from the American Board of Family Medicine. She received her undergraduate degree in Biochemistry at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire, attended medical school at the Ohio State University College of Medicine, and completed her residency and training through the Ohio State University Family Medicine Program. Professional memberships include AAFP, AMA, and NYAFP.
Dr. Morin served as a Peace Corps Volunteer for three years as a secondary school teacher and chemistry professor in Malawi and Lesotho. She lives in Cazenovia with her husband and two children.
I saw the practice of medicine as perfect combination of two of my passions: service and science. From a very young age I was fascinated by biology; disease and human physiology included. My undergraduate major was biochemistry. I’ve also been very involved in research through college, medical school, and residency, but I realized I wouldn’t be satisfied only with research; I wanted to have meaningful personal connections and feel like I was serving the people around me in my work. My life experiences, starting with ill family members and friends, service in Peace Corps, and later on volunteering for the homeless and at free clinics, called me to medicine, and family medicine in particular, to help people.
The doctor-patient relationship is the most important thing in medicine. I aim to get to know my patients and understand their background and community so we can tailor medicine to their specific needs. I value trust and mutual respect, and I want my patients to be empowered with the information to make their own decisions and I might take on different roles in this relationship: as a coach motivating patients to take charge of their health, as an interpreter of tests and information, as a liaison who coordinates patient care between specialists, and as an advocate for health in the community.
My family, my patients, the place I live (love Cazenovia), and my work.
Spending time with my family, cooking and appreciating good food, spending time hiking, biking boating and canoeing outdoors, playing music (piano and viola), travels to new and interesting places, reading for pleasure, and most recently, tennis.
- Walk with a Doc program through Madison County
- “Girls and Me” women’s event as a physician panelist
- Peace Corps
My husband, Tim Morin, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor in Department of Environmental Resources Engineering at SUNY ESF. We have two sons, Elliot and Peter.
“I aim to get to know my patients and understand their background and community so we can tailor medicine to their specific needs.”
Dr. Morin is ready to meet your healthcare needs.
If you need a family physician, you can trust Dr. Morin to provide you with the best care possible. To schedule an appointment, please call (315) 815-1430