- Full Name Janette Nesheiwat
- Occupation Emergency & Family Doctor, Physician, and Medical Correspondent
- Nationality American
- Birthplace Central Florida, USA
- Birth Date Aug 25, 1976
- Age 47 Years, 5 Months
"Wishing to become a doctor or lawyer or a Disney world princess has many requirements and challenges."
Janette Nesheiwat | BiographyEngaged In the Medical Field since 2009
Dr. Nesheiwat has been serving as a medical news correspondent and a board-certified family and emergency doctor since 2009. She has been working as a medical director at CityMD. Moreover, she is best known to northwest Arkansas people as the former host of Jones TV's Family Health Today. She also contributes to local news segments as a medical expert on themes ranging from diabetes to cancer to good eating.
Dr. Janette Nesheiwat is a board-certified American emergency and family medicine expert.
Who Is Janette Nesheiwat?
Janette Nesheiwat is an American emergency doctor, physician, and medical correspondent. She has been engaged in the medical field for over a decade and has conducted medical aid missions worldwide.
Dr. Nesheiwat presently works as a medical news contributor at FOX News in New York City and a medical director at CityMD. She has also appeared on HLN, FOX Business Network, Good Morning America, and others. Nesheiwat completed advanced officer training in the United States Army at Ft. Lewis, Washington, before being a licensed medical expert.
Age and Nationality
Janette Nesheiwat was born in Central Florida, USA, on 25 August 1976. She was raised in Florida. She belongs to American nationality.
Nesheiwat was one of five kids raised by a widowed mother. Unfortunately, her dad suddenly passed away in an accident when she was young. Nesheiwat considers her mother as her most significant influence, who raised five children while working as a qualified nurse. She said, "I give a lot of credit to her and how she not only loved and cared for us but gave her love and care to the community."
Nesheiwat describes herself as a child of a natural-born caregiver who adores her work and always wants more. As a young kid, she volunteered at the children's hospital with her mother, helping kids her age who were ill and homeless. It had the most significant impact on her and influenced her to practice medicine.
Nesheiwat has one brother and three sisters. Her older sister is a presidential envoy for hostage problems. She is a former DAS, army captain, and bronze star recipient who served three deployments overseas.
Her brother works as a criminal defense attorney in Florida and Tennessee. Her other sister is a former Miss New York USA, book author, and creator of Charm's children's charity. Her youngest sister, Dina, is a criminal defense attorney in Manhattan who has represented several high-profile cases.
Nesheiwat attended the University of Florida and the University of Arkansas for Medical Science, where she majored in medicine. She completed her residency in northwest Arkansas and moved to the area.
During an interview, Nesheiwat admitted that completing her studies was difficult because she was completely reliant on her widowed mother for financial support. The financial obstacles were enormous, but she overcame them with the help of scholarships, loans, grants, and work-study programs. She said, "I wish I knew how hard the AMA's admission process is, I wish I knew about the horrendous tuition costs, I wish I knew that taking out a 200k loan means I need to treat 1 billion two hundred thousand colds to pay it off."
Nesheiwat also revealed she had attended at least 24 years of schooling in her life since kindergarten.
Dr. Nesheiwat has been serving as a medical news correspondent and a board-certified family and emergency doctor since 2009. She has been working as a medical director at CityMD.
According to her official website, her aim as a medical director at CityMD and a national medical news correspondent is to save lives and change them by providing people with the treatment and expertise they require. Prior to becoming a family and emergency physician, she finished the US Army ROTC Advanced Officer Training in Ft. Lewis, Washington.
Moreover, Nesheiwat is best known to northwest Arkansas people as the former host of Jones TV's Family Health Today. She also contributes to local news segments as a medical expert on themes ranging from diabetes to cancer to good eating. Above all, Dr. Nesheiwat has led medical relief missions worldwide throughout her career. In 2010, she was part of a group that helped deliver two tons of medical supplies to Haiti following a massive earthquake, which she co-led with her brother-in-law Scott Stapp.
Dr. Janette Nesheiwat's Articles on Covid-19 Pandemic
As the medical news reporter of Fox News, Dr. Nesheiwat has been reporting on the risks and precautions to take in the event of a pandemic since the covid-19 pandemic broke out in late 2019. She has also written articles on the dangers of delta covid-19 variant, coronavirus Mu variant warning, and many more.
In August 2021, Dr. Nesheiwat published an article for Fox News titled 'COVID and our kids–under no circumstances should we close schools this year.' In the article, she described that the nation's top priority in the fall of 2021 should get the children back to school. It involves balancing the risks of them contracting COVID-19 along with their academic and social needs. She explained how one ensures the children attend school, but it is equally crucial to get educated securely.
Moreover, Dr. Nesheiwat explained adults were particularly vulnerable to the virus, which appeared to be less likely to afflict children. However, new research suggested that youngsters are just as likely to contract COVID-19 and spread it to others. The children have a minimal risk of severe disease, although it is possible.
Did You Know?
- Nesheiwat's favorite life lesson quote is "if you stumble, make it part of the dance."