Angeli Akey, M.D.
Dr. Angeli Akey, MD, FACP, ABAARM is a board-certified Internal Medicine and anti-aging and regenerative medicine. She is a physician with an active medical practice in North Central Florida and specializes in prevention, early detection, treatment and management of diseases associated with aging. She dedicates her practice to improving the lives and appearance of her patients through the use of the most advanced techniques and science. Whether you are seeking to improve your looks or your overall health and well-being, Dr. Akey and her staff offer first-rate experience, technology, knowledge, and service.
Dr. Akey holds a Bachelor of Science and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Florida; a Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degree from the University of Florida College of Medicine where she graduated with Alpha Omega Alpha honors. She completed her internship and residency and chief residency at the Yale School of Medicine.
Dr. Akey is Board-Certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and a Fellow of the American College of Physicians. She is a member and active lecturer with Age Management Medicine (agemed.org). She has practiced internal medicine, which focuses on adults and the diseases of aging, since 1997. She was the founding Medical Director of the Palm Beach Institute of Preventive Medicine. Dr. Akey's current practice is North Florida Integrative Medicine (formerly North Florida Internal Medicine) in Gainesville, Florida.
In Gainesville, Dr. Akey teaches pharmacy students, nurse practitioner students, medical students, medical residents and other doctors.
She published her first book, Fine-Tune Your Hormone Symphony in 2011 and recorded the accompanying audiobook in 2012. It is a model of mind-body-spirit wellness that she developed over the previous fifteen years in clinical practice of medicine. She has been invited to teach doctors in Las Vegas, Hollywood, Miami, Atlanta, Barcelona (Spain) and Warsaw (Poland). Her area of scientific interest is endocrinology and the management of menopause and andropause. More specifically, she is an active researcher on the hormone, progesterone, and its effect on the brain and nervous system function in both men and women.