Amina Goodwin is a board certified Infectious Diseases specialist with a passion for empowering her patients through knowledge. She graduated from the University of the West Indies in 2001 and practiced medicine in the Caribbean for several years before moving to New York City to pursue post graduate training in Internal Medicine. With a long standing interest in public health, Amina was drawn to the field of Infectious Diseases and completed a fellowship in this specialty at University of Medicine and Dentistry New Jersey in 2011. Amina returned to her home country of Antigua and Barbuda where she became the country’s HIV/AIDS clinical care coordinator, essentially coordinating care for the country’s HIV positive population and guiding the local doctors and nurses in such care. She moved back to the U.S. in 2013 and currently practices Infectious Diseases in East Mississippi, where she currently lives with her husband Jerry. Together, they enjoy jogging in the local park and discovering quaint coffee shops.