Dr. Broderick grew up in South Lyon, Michigan, which is a small suburb of Metro-Detroit. He has an identical twin brother who currently lives in Toledo, Ohio (he is also an Emergency Medicine physician). He went to undergrad at Michigan State University and continued his medical education at Michigan State, specifically in the College of Osteopathic Medicine. He then did his residency training at Henry Ford, which he completed in 2020. In his final year of training, he was awarded the Michigan Osteopathic Association Resident of the Year award. His passion in Emergency Medicine is community medicine. He and his wife moved to Nashville post-residency in 2020 where they continue to live and own a home in The Nations with their 2 Pembroke Welsch Corgis, Waffle and Willow. He is an avid golfer and board game enthusiast. He and his wife also own a horse which is a shared passion of theirs.
Joseph Broderick, DO
Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine