Jean-Dominique Foureau is a native of Broward County, Florida. As one of the first-generation Haitian-American-born children in his family, he has deep roots in his community. His mother worked as a nurse, while his father pursued a career as a history teacher.
After graduating from Deerfield Beach High School, Jean-Dominique pursued a double degree in Exercise Physiology and Nutrition from Florida State University. Eager to serve his country, he joined the U.S. Army as a combat medic.
Driven by his passion for medicine, Jean-Dominique pursued further education at the American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine. During his time there, he took the initiative to establish mentoring programs and scholarships, demonstrating his commitment to supporting and nurturing aspiring medical professionals.
Now back in his hometown of Broward County, Jean-Dominique serves as the Chief Resident Physician of Emergency Medicine at Broward Health. Additionally, he proudly fulfills his duty as the only Haitian-American medical doctor provider in the Florida Army National Guard, serving his country with dedication and expertise.