Dr. Tracey Quail Davidoff is currently a Staff Physician at BayCare Urgent Care in the Tampa Bay area of Florida, and a Clinical Assistant Professor of the Orlando College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Davidoff received her Medical Degree from St. Georges University School of Medicine in Grenada, WI. After completing a residency in Internal Medicine, she started her career as an emergency physician working in inner city hospitals in Rochester, NY. She also became involved with the education of residents and PA students, having faculty appointments at several schools. After 15 years, she transitioned to Urgent Care medicine. Hungry to learn about Urgent Care, she attended her first UCA conference in 2011.
Wanting to become involved, she approached one of the lecturers, who by chance was the President of the then Urgent Care College of Physicians, now the College of Urgent Care Medicine (CUCM). He invited her to join the Board of Directors and the Educational Committee. As a board member, she developed the College Fellowship program, became an Editor-in-Chief of Urgent Caring Quarterly, has lectured at nearly every Urgent Care Convention, and helped spearhead the COVID-19 Task Force. She retired from CUCM as its Vice President in 2022.
Ever looking for more ways to advance the specialty of Urgent Care, she has joined the Board of Directors of UCA to continue that mission. Dr. Davidoff lives in Central Florida with her husband, who is also an Emergency Physician, and her three dogs. She has three grown daughters she is very proud of.