"Dr. Earl J. Campazzi is board certified and has trained and practiced at some of the finest medical institutions in the country.
At the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, Dr. Campazzi spent several years on staff providing medical care and teaching resident physicians. He completed his medical training at The Johns Hopkins University and served as chief resident. He earned his medical doctorate from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.
Dr. Campazzi holds additional postgraduate degrees including a Master of Public Health with emphasis in Health Care Policy and Management and a Master of Health Sciences with emphasis in Immunology and Infectious Diseases, both from The Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health. In 2020, he completed The Stanford Genetics and Genomics Certificate program at Stanford University. Dr. Campazzi also earned his Master of Business Administration with Health Services Management concentration from Duke University Fuqua School of Business. He completed his Bachelor of Arts at The Johns Hopkins University.
In 2006, Dr. Campazzi founded Island Medical Care, which was the only primary care practice on the island of Palm Beach. At the request of his patients, Dr. Campazzi began offering concierge medical services. In 2013, Dr. Campazzi decided to focus entirely on primary care concierge medicine under the name of Campazzi Concierge Medical Services.
A Castle Connolly Top Doctor since 2016, Dr. Campazzi is on staff at Cleveland Clinic Florida, as well as Good Samaritan Medical Center, St. Mary’s Medical Center and the Palm Beach Children’s Hospital in West Palm Beach. He is also a member of the Palm Beach Civic Association Health Care Committee. In 2017, he published Just Diagnosed with Metastatic Pancreatic Cancer: First Steps and More, a guidebook for patients."
"Campazzi Concierge Medical Services and its practitioners do not accept insurance. Referred services that may be covered by insurance (based on your policy) include imaging, lab processing of blood work, specialist visits, and hospitalization.
This program does not replace medical insurance. Please continue to maintain or obtain medical insurance to help cover medical costs and prevent gaps in health coverage."