Dr. Jeanne Vedder MD
Dr. Jeanne Vedder was born and raised in Kenosha, Wisconsin. She attended local public schools and was the Outstanding Female Graduate in 1976 when she received a Chemistry degree from the University of Wisconsin Parkside. That same year she enlisted in the United States Air Force and received a scholarship to attend the Medical College of Wisconsin. After graduating from medical school she spent nearly ten years on active duty serving as a Medical Officer at Kelly AFB, completing five years of surgery residency training in Otolaryngology at Lackland AFB Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center and as an Otolaryngologist assigned to Travis AFB David Grant USAF Medical Center. During these years some of her duties included medical and surgical patient care, training of residents, supervision of emergency services and department chairman. Dr. Vedder was the first female Otolaryngologist in the Air Force and received the Air Force Commendation Medal for accomplishments during her service.
In 1989 Dr. Vedder and her late husband Allan Edwards moved back to their hometown of Kenosha with their sons. She opened her private practice of Otolaryngology that year and quickly became a busy and respected member of the medical community. Since then she has been active in local, state and national affairs in medicine, and also in professional and volunteer activities in her community.
Dr. Vedder received board certification from the American Board of Otolaryngology in 1987. Her practice focus is general Otolaryngology (ENT) care for the entire family. Dr. Vedder is noted for her caring and attentive nature. She and her staff are committed to offering high quality, cost-effective care, in a patient friendly environment.