Enterprise physician re-elected to state’s Medical Association’s Board of Directors

Thursday, May 04,2017

Beverly Jordan, M.D., of Enterprise, Ala., was recently elected to the position of At-Large Censor for the Medical Association of the State of Alabama.
“I’m very excited for this new opportunity to serve as an At-Large Censor on the Medical Association’s Board of Censors,” Dr. Jordan said. “I’ve enjoyed being a voice for my fellow physicians and patients while serving on the board, and I look forward to the new challenges and opportunities that we will face in the coming months.  It is critical that we continue to provide an environment for our patients to receive high-quality care that is encouraging to our physicians.”
Dr. Jordan is a graduate of Zion Chapel High School and is a 2002 graduate of the University of Alabama School of Medicine. She completed her family medicine residency at the Tuscaloosa Family Medicine Residency Program in 2005, where she received several awards. She completed a primary care sports medicine fellowship at the American Sports Medicine Institute in Birmingham in 2006.
She is active in organized medicine on the county, state and national levels. She is the president of the Coffee County Medical Society, a past president of the Alabama Academy of Family Physicians, and past speaker and vice speaker of the Medical Association’s House of Delegates. Dr. Jordan also serves on the ProAssurance Claims Underwriting Committee, the Alabama Family Practice Rural Health Board, the Alabama Advisory Committee for Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner Qualified Alabama Controlled Substance Certificate, the Alabama Joint Committee for Collaborative Practice, and the University of Alabama College of Community Health Sciences Board of Visitors. She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians and is Board Certified in family medicine and sports medicine. She also serves the School of Medicine on the Admissions Committee for the Rural Medical Scholars Program.
Dr. Jordan is also active in her church and community by serving on several committees and as team physician for Enterprise High School. She is also active in the Enterprise Junior Women’s Club, the Wiregrass Red Elephant Club, and the University of Alabama A Club.
She and her husband, Mickey, have two children, Dustin and Ali.