Eve N. Hanna, MD

Assistant Professor, Division of Infectious Disease & International Medicine
Program Chief, Occupational Health, James A. Haley Veterans Hospital, Tampa, FL
Biographical Sketch | Areas of Expertise
Contact Information
E-Mail: eve.hanna@med.va.gov
Phone: (813) 972-2000 ext 6368
FAX: (813) 979-3628
Residency, Occupational Medicine Program, University of South Florida
Residency, Emergency Medicine, University Hospital, Cincinnati, OH
MD, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH
BA, University of Texas, Austin, TX

Biographical Sketch

Dr. Hanna received her MD from the University of Cincinnati and completed her residency in Emergency Medicine at University Hospital in Cincinnati. After practicing Emergency Medicine for 10 years, Dr. Hanna was offered the opportunity to start up an Occupational Medicine practice in Laurinburg, NC. She enjoyed taking care of workers and found it to be "happy medicine" with such a high rate of good outcomes. She practiced in Occupational Medicine for 7 years before entering the Occupational Medicine Residency program at the University of South Florida in 2001.

She is now Board Certified in the specialty, and in 2003 became the Program Chief of Occupational Health at the James A. Haley VA Hospital. As a faculty member of the Division of Infectious Disease and International Medicine, Dr. Hanna partners with the Infection Control and Infectious Disease departments at the VA in managing the influenza vaccination program, blood borne pathogen exposures, disease outbreaks, and other communicable disease issues involving employees. She continues to care for over 4000 hospital employees. Dr. Hanna has maintained a strong relationship with the Occupationsl Medicine Residency Program at USF and is an Associate Professor and preceptor for Occupational Medicine residents.

Outside of work, Dr. Hanna has been married for 25 years and has a 19 year old son who is a student at USF. She enjoys gourmet cooking, ballet, singing, and amateur theatre.

Areas of Expertise

Navigating the Workers Compensation System, Building-related Illnesses, Occupational Dermatology