Dr. Andrew Baldwin
Dr. Andrew Baldwin is a surgery resident at the Naval Hospital San Diego. Andy completed his medical training at the University of California San Francisco. While at UCSF he served as President of the medical school student body for two years, and was a member of the Chancellor’s advisory board. He excelled at triathlon during his time in San Francisco, qualifying for Ironman Hawaii and in the process raising over ten thousand dollars for pancreatic cancer research in honor of his late uncle, who died from the disease. Andy also raised money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma society, through his participation in Team in Training. He also led the UCSF Cancer center team at the Bay to Breakers, raising thousands of dollars for the research center. LT Baldwin did his undergraduate training at Duke University, where he earned a degree in Genetics and graduated Magna Cum Laude. In addition to being on a full Navy scholarship, he also was a two-year letter winner on the Men’s Swim Team, a member of the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, and completed a pre-med curriculum. He spent time overseas during these years with the Navy and study abroad, traveling throughout Europe, South America, the Persian Gulf, and the South Pacific. Andy grew up in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, where he was active in school and athletics from an early age. The All-American swimmer and high school valedictorian was named ESPN’s National Scholar Athlete of the Year in 1995. He is a two-time All-American triathlete, and a sub-10 hour Hawaii Ironman finisher. Andy tries to lead a balanced lifestyle as a physician, an athlete, a family man, and an active member of the community. He strives to help others and is rarely seen without a smile on his face.