Casey Bonaquist, DO
Casey Bonaquist, DO, provides care for patients of all ages. She is certified in weight management and is one of the few family medicine physicians in Northeast Florida to be board certified by the American Board of Obesity Medicine. Her areas of expertise include:
NEW: Online doctor visits
Anxiety and depression
Immunizations & wellness exams
A Family Physician is concerned with the total healthcare of the individual and the family and is trained to diagnose and treat a wide variety of ailments in patients of all ages. The Family Physician receives a broad range of training that includes adult medicine and care of the aged, the care of children, women’s health, maternity care, preventive medicine and behavioral science. Special emphasis is placed on the primary care of families, utilizing consultants and community resources when appropriate.
American Board of Family Medicine
Education & Training:
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine
Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
2004 - 2008
Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC
2008 - 2009
Lehigh Valley Health Network, Allentown, PA
2010 - 2013
Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville
Baptist Medical Center South
Legal Practice Name:
Baptist Primary Care, Inc.
From the Doctor:
My family and I enjoy the First Coast for the outdoor activities, excellent healthcare systems and, of course, the beach! I grew up in a small town in Western Pennsylvania and appreciate the sense of community I find every day in Nocatee. As the parents of a young daughter, my husband and I enjoy traveling, biking, and many of the family-friendly activities at Nocatee.
As a family medicine physician, I strive to help my patients understand and make decisions about their health. I feel fortunate to form long-lasting relationships with all members of the family and to care for their well-being. I hope that all of our patients feel welcome and listened to at our office in Nocatee.
As a member of the medical community, I regularly contribute academic lectures and publications to medical students and practicing physicians on the topic of childhood obesity. I also provide health education to children and their families in Northeast Florida. One of my articles in the Florida Times-Union, “Doctors Are In: How to Help Your Child Eat Healthier,” offers tips to encourage children to eat healthier and exercise.