Dr. Melissa G. Young is a board-certified endocrinologist and a Fellow of the American College of Endocrinologists
and of the American College of Physicians .
She has successfully completed the Endocrine Certification in Neck Ultrasound (ECNU)
and has earned the ECNU designation
Dr. Young had been in practice and served as a faculty member at Jersey Shore University Medical Center for eight years before establishing Mid Atlantic Diabetes and Endocrinology Associates.She was a member of the hospital's Diabetes Task Force and the Clincial Competency Committee, and was physician advisor of the outpatient diabetes education program of Meridian Medical Associates.
As faculty member, she was active in the education of medical students, internal medicine residents and endocrinology fellows.
Dr. Young is medical director of the Novo Nordisk Diabetes Education Center at CentraState Medical Center.
Dr. Young obtained her medical degree at the University of the Philippines College of Medicine. She completed her Internal Medicine residency at the University of Connecticut Health Center, and her endocrinology specialty training at Rhode Island Hospital/Brown University.
Dr Melissa Young is the mother of two teenagers. She enjoys singing and is an active member of St. Rose of Lima Parish. Dr. Young grew up in Jersey City before her family moved to the Philippines. She returned to the US in 1995 and has lived in Monmouth County since 2001.
Our Philosophy - We're a team
We believe that managing chronic disorders (like most endocrine disorders), requires a team. The patient is an essential player on that team. Without your participation, physicians' recommendations make little difference. Of course, in order for you to participate fully, you must be given the right information. You need to understand your illness and your treatment options. You need to know the consequences of the choices you make. So our job is not only to make recommendations, but to educate and to explain why certain tests, medications and lifestyle changes are important.
We will also communicate regularly with your primary care physician, as well as your other health care providers as needed. We believe that your primary care physician is one of the most important members of your health care team, second only to you.
Melissa G. Young, MD FACE FACP ECNU
555 Iron Bridge Rd, Suite 18
Freehold, NJ 07728
Tel: 732-409-MADE (6233)