Stephanie Doyle

Shelbyville, KY 32779 USA

Professional Experience

Stephanie Doyle is an award-winning writer who specializes in coverage of medical and fitness topics as well as healthcare marketing for physicians. She has nearly 20 years experience communicating to consumers and health-care providers about breakthroughs, issues and controversies surrounding a spectrum of health- and fitness-related topics. When shes not working on the next fertility newsletter or cardiology article, she also attends and reports on medical conferences. A former journalist covering everything from travel to crime, her work has appeared in magazines, newspapers, newsletters, and websites. She also has her nursing assistant certification and personal training certification (NASM), among other fitness certifications. Doyle's experience also includes writing about subjects in education, history, social issues and business. She's author of the book Florida Unsolved Mysteries.


Book Author
2 Years
10 Years
20 Years


13 Years
15 Years
15 Years


Magazine - Local/Regional magazines
1 Year
Newspaper - Local/Regional
14 Years
Marketing (in-house) - Small to mid-sized corp. cl
5 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

16 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

Orlando Medical News (10+), Medscape/WebMD (3-5), Shelby Life magazine (1-2)

Other Work History

At the Orlando Sentinel, in-depth coverage of the disabled woman who was raped in an Orlando group home led to follow-up articles about the use of antipsychotic drugs on the disabled, the lack of training of group-home workers, and state cutbacks threatening the homes of thousands of developmentally disabled Floridians. Broke story about small-town mayor pushing colloidal silver on town residents as an anthrax cure (Howey Pushes Silver as Anthrax Remedy, Oct. 19, 2001). Resulted in on-air interview with Robert Siegel of National Public Radios, All Things Considered, Oct. 31, 2001. Reviewed 4,000 swimming pool and spa inspection reports in five counties, uncovering dozens that failed to meet the states minimum standards (front-page package, Pools told to clean up act). The Greenville News, Greenville, S.C. (Aug. 1998-April 2000).

Technical Skills

Photo editing (Adobe)

Foreign Language Skills

Some Spanish

Computer Skills

Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PhotoShop, Publisher, InDesign. Knowledge of all key aspects of print, production and design, including scanning documents and working with photos, PDFs, digital files, etc.


Laptop, audio recorder, complete home office, digital camera


Jerry Fallstrom, Orlando Sentinel Linda Beam, Crane Hill Publishing Lynne Jeter, Orlando Medical News


Orlando Sentinel Editors Award, Jan. 2003, Historic black towns struggle to survive Editors Award, Aug. 2001, Pools told to clean up act Editors Award, Jan. 2001, for breaking news (fires) coverage Journalistic Excellence Award, Dec. 2000, The poor children" South Carolina Press Association Third Place Beat Reporting, medical writing, 2000 Illinois Press Association First Place Education Reporting, 1999, Unequal opportunity Honorable Mention, 1996, In sickness and in health Southern Illinois University School of Journalism Special Excellence Award, 1998, "Parent's Again" Honorable Mention, 1996, "One boy's burden"


American Medical Writers Association Council of Science Editors Florida Public Relations Association Editorial Freelancers Association