Robert Monteleone, MD, Program Director
Dr. Monteleone graduated from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, followed by his Family Medicine Residency at the University of Connecticut, where he received the American Academy of Family Physicians Resident Teacher Award. He then completed a Rural Family Practice and Maternity Care fellowship at the University of Texas at Galveston, which included training in operative obstetrics.
He started in private practice in Elkton, Maryland, where he became a managing partner in a full range family medicine group practice while also serving as the State Surgeon for the Delaware Army National Guard. He worked in a combat clinic and in the emergency room during three tours to Iraq and has served on six other global health missions overseas, two of which he commanded.
He graduated from the Command and General Staff College and serves as vice-chair for the Medical Advisory Council Executive Committee for the Chief Surgeon and as chair of the Credentials Committee for the Army National Guard.
Dr. Monteleone is a graduate of the National Institute of Program Director Development (NIPDD) course and works closely with Temple and PCOM medical students who have an interest in family medicine in Delaware. Dr. Monteleone is also the medical director for the Delaware Collaborative Care (DCC), an Accountable Care Organization (ACO) and partnership between Trinity Health, Saint Francis Healthcare and the Medical Society of Delaware.
Dr. Monteleone’s main interests include population health, office-based procedures, global health, and family-centered maternity care. He enjoys travel, mountain biking, running, and participating in various activities with his children.