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Our Physicians

Physician Biographies

Our physician team has many years of clinical experience, serving St. Louis people in a variety of ways. Get to know our medical team by reading their biographies.  

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Dr. Mary Fox | Chief Medical Officer, Advanced Illness Management Clinical Physician 

Dr. Fox received her medical degree from the University of Missouri - Columbia and completed her residency at Duke University Medical Center at the Duke-Watts Family Medicine Program.


Dr. Fox has had a long medical career, working in various areas, such as family care, urgent care and pain management. In the past, she has served as the chairperson for the Nursing Service Committee, Infectious Disease Committee, and as a member of Obstetrics and Gynecology Care Review Committee.


Her volunteering experiences include working as a physician volunteer at Grace Hill Health Center and Ranken Neighborhood Health Center, where she also served as a Medical Director. Dr. Fox was also a preceptor at St. Louis University Medical School’s Department of Family and Community Medicine.

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Bob Hill, MD | Advanced Illness Management Program Clinical Physician
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Dr. Hill received a BS in Biology & Chemistry from St. Louis University, studied medicine at Abraham Lincoln College of Medicine, University of Illinois and completed an internship at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center along with a residency in Internal Medicine at St. Louis University Hospitals.


Dr. Hill’s board certifications are in Internal and Geriatric Medicine.


During his career, Dr. Hill has worked as Senior Assistant Surgeon for the US Public Health Service, at the National Health Service Corporation in Cherokee, Alabama, St. Louis University Hospital, Deaconess Medical Center as Chief of Internal Medicine, Southwest Medical Center as a Physician, St. Anthony's Physician Organization as a Physician, and the Visiting Nurse Association as the Clinical Physician in Advanced Illness Management (AIM) Program.


He is a part of the American Medical Association, Missouri State Medical Association, St. Louis Metropolitan Medical Society, Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine and American College of Physicians. 


Outside of his professional life, he also serves the community on the Medical Advisory Board at Grace Hill Community Health Centers and was the Medical Director at St. Louis Altenheim. Dr. Hill is a past Board member of Visiting Nurse Association of Greater St. Louis, where he served as Chair of the Patient Services Committee.

Michelle Z. Schultz, MD | Advanced Illness Management Program Clinical Physician
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Dr. Schultz’s board certifications are in Internal Medicine, Medical Oncology and Palliative Medicine.


During her career she has been a staff physician at St. Louis VA Medical Center; Assistant Professor of Medicine at Washington University School of Medicine; Medical Director for VNA Hospice Care; Consulting Physician in private practice for St. Louis Cancer and Breast Institute; Medical Director for SSM Palliative Home Care; Medical Director for SSM Hospice; Director of Palliative Medicine at St. Mary’s Health Center; and Associate Medical Director at Mercy Palliative Care & Pratt Cancer Center.


She has taught and lectured at Washington University School of Medicine; St. Louis University; Forest Park Hospital; St. Mary’s Hospital and Mercy Hospital.


She is a member of the Missouri Hospice and Palliative Care Association and is the founder and lead organizer of the St. Louis Palliative Care Network.

Zinnat P. Meghjee, DO | Hospice Medical Director
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Dr. Meghjee received a Doctorate of Osteopathy from the University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine in Kansas City, MO.  Her residency is in Internal Medicine was completed at Deaconess Hospital in St. Louis.


Dr. Meghjee is Board certified in Internal Medicine.


Dr. Meghjee has over 30 years of experience in the internal medicine.  She has worked for the BJC Medical Group since 1994.  Previous to that she worked at Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Hospital, BJC Health Center in Fairview Heights, IL, the Olive Family Medical Center and the Weber Medical Clinic.


She joined VNA as the Hospice Medical Director as of July 8, 2020.

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