Jeannette L. Aldous, M.D., practicing physician and Clinical Director for Infectious Disease for San Ysidro Health, where she provides direct patient care and clinical leadership for a large HIV program serving the South Bay region. She is also active in promoting equity in access to healthcare for LGBTQ patients and is the founding medical director of the SYHealth's Gender Medicine and Sexual Health Clinic. Dr. Aldous has a career focus on healthcare for historically underserved populations and addressing social determinants of health and she serves on several regional advisory committees in the areas of HIV and Tuberculosis treatment and prevention. For that work, she was honored by the County of San Diego as the Live Well San Diego "2018 Individual Public Health Champion”.
Originally from Philadelphia PA, Jeannette (“Nettie”) received her BA in Biology from Wesleyan University, and moved to San Diego in 1994, starting her career in neuroscience research. She subsequently attended medical school at UCSD, Internal Medicine Residency at the University of Colorado, and Infectious Disease Fellowship at UCSD. At Parker, Nette serves on the Strategic Initiatives Committee, is a leader for the class of 2025 Girl Scouts troop and is a supporter of the Parker Drama Club. Nette and her husband, John Aldous, M.D., MPA, have two children at Parker; Zora, Class of 2028 and Mina, Class of 2025.