- medical school: Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine
- residency: Nationwide Children's Hospital
- fellowship: Endocrinology Fellow- Nationwide Children's Hospital, Columbus, OH
- board certification: Pediatrics and pediatric endocrinology
Dr. Meyer is a pediatric endocrinologist at Dayton Children's, and a long-term Daytonian. After receiving her undergraduate degree at the University of Dayton, Dr. Meyer went on to receive her medical degree at Wright State University School of Medicine.
From there, Dr. Meyer went to Nationwide Children's to complete her residency in pediatrics and fellowship in endocrinology. She came home to Dayton and joined the Dayton Children's team in 2012.
Dr. Meyer enjoys endocrinology because of the immediate positive impact she can make in patients' lives, and the excitement of new discoveries that can change the field.
Get to know more about Dr. Meyer, like how she knew she wanted to be a doctor when she was just a kid, and how she loves to travel and be outdoors hiking, kayaking or skiing with her family!
If you have already seen a provider in the endocrinology clinic at Dayton Children’s and need to schedule a follow-up appointment, please log in to MyKidsChart to schedule directly with your provider or call 937-641-4000. If you do not have a MyKidsChart account click here.
Scheduling in-person appointments for new endocrinology patients only. For diabetes/prediabetes patients, patients with concerns about weight gain, or patients with a known genetic condition, please call 937-641-3487.
I have always enjoyed the science of endocrinology, and the gratification of being able to make such an immediate positive impact on my patient's lives. In addition, endocrinology is an evolving field as we discover more about hormone actions/interactions in the body which makes it an interesting and exciting field to be a part of.
I enjoy the challenge of working with children and teens as they evolve and develop in their lives, and the opportunity this gives me to have a positive lifelong impact.
During my medical school education, I was able to do my pediatric training at Dayton Children's Hospital, and since that time, I have known I would someday return. The environment fostered at Dayton Children's is one of caring. Caring not only for their patients but also their employees and the community surrounding them. I have always hoped to be able to return to give back in some way to the community that "raised me."
Dayton Children's represents the "best of both worlds" in hospitals. It is large enough to attract well trained and respected staff and small enough to remain accessible and an integral part of the community at a personal level.