Naples physician and former cancer patient dies from COVID-19

Naples physician and former cancer patient dies from COVID-19


Dr. Clinton Potter, a Naples physician who dedicated his career and free time to people who needed an advocate, especially the LGBTQ community, died Aug. 18 from complications of COVID-19.

He was 61.

Known for his passion that everyone deserves to be treated fairly and with respect, Potter practiced family medicine in California for 20 years before returning to Florida —he was born in Miami — and settling in Naples.

In 2016, he opened his practice, Advanced Individualized Medicine of Naples, located at 720 Goodlette-Frank Road.

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The practice is a combination of concierge medicine and alternative medicine where Potter tailored treatment plans based on each patient’s needs, said Lori-Ann Martell, his practice administrator.



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