Jamie L Geringer


Major, Air Force

Department of Primary Appointment:
School of Medicine
Assistant Clerkship Director
Location: San Antonio Military Medical Center, TX
Research Interests:
medical education, faculty feedback, assessment, imposter syndrome


Residency, Internal Medicine, San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium (2020)
DO, University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine (2017)
Bachelor of Science, McGill University (2011)


Dr. Jamie Geringer was born in Urbana, Illinois, and has served in the US Air Force since 2013. She attended medical school at the University of New England in Biddeford Maine and completed Internal Medicine residency training at the San Antonio Uniformed Services of Health Education Consortium from 2017-2020. Following this, she served as a chief resident and then as an Internal Medicine physician attending. She is currently serving as the Assistant Ambulatory Clerkship site director for Internal Medicine in San Antonio. She is currently working on a Masters in Health Professions Education from the Uniformed Services University. She is an assistant professor of Medicine. She is preparing to present academic workshops on helping others cope with grief and delivering faculty feedback. She is also participating in ongoing research about self-assessment and imposter syndrome in the chief resident population.

Representative Bibliography

Geringer, J. L., Surry, L. T., & Battista, A. (2022). Divergence and Dissonance in Residents’ Reported and Actual Feedback to Faculty in a Military Context. Military Medicine.

Geringer, J. L., & Durning, S. J. (2022). Leadership Lessons From the Field: Leading Others to Cope With Death. Military Medicine.

Geringer, J. L. (2022). Taking Advantage of COVID: Transitioning To and Navigating Virtual Conferences. 59th MDW.

Geringer, J., Fenderson, J., & Osswald, M. (2019). Essential thrombocythemia complicated by occlusive thrombosis of the abdominal aorta. Case Reports in Hematology, 2019.