Current Position: Proprietor & Physician at Jennifer Lorine, DO
Story Last Updated: September 2017 Current Position Updated: March 2021
Compassion and service lie at the heart of GMercyU's mission, and those values have stuck with Jennifer Lorine, DO through her career.
At GMercyU, Dr. Lorine was a member of the Honors Program, a Presidential Scholarship recipient, and a tutor for the Academic Resources Center. She was also a member of the Biology Student Association and Sigma Phi Sigma Honor Society, and she sang with the Voices of Gwynedd.
The kindness of the faculty and natural beauty of the campus initially attracted me to GMercyU.
“Through hard work and the support and encouragement of the faculty and campus community, I was able to achieve the initial steps of my goal to become a physician.”
As an active member on campus, Dr. Lorine learned the importance of serving others, which she now carries forward as a physician and a clinical instructor mentoring young residents and medical students.
“As a student, Jen was an outstanding member of the GMercyU community. She was talented and determined and quietly self-confident, never arrogant or unrealistic about her abilities and her aspirations,” said Professor Felicia Barbieri, PhD. “We had no doubt that she would become a competent and compassionate physician — and she has.”
Dr. Lorine started her career as an Osteopathic Physician after graduating from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2010. She completed a residency at the Family Medicine at Mercy Suburban Hospital, as well as a Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine/ Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Fellowship at PCOM.
She opened her private practice in 2014 in Blue Bell, Pa. where she focuses on helping each patient achieve optimal health and pain relief without the use of narcotic medications.
Dr. Lorine is involved in numerous organizations, serving as a clinical instructor at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and lecturing at area hospitals and educational programs.
In 2014, she received the City Avenue Physicians Award. In 2017, she was named Pennsylvania's Top Physicians Under 40 list by the Pennsylvania Medical Society.
In 2016, she joined the boards of the Montgomery County Medical Society as well as the Pennsylvania Osteopathic Medical Association.
Today, she serves as president of the Montgomery County Medical Society.