Dr. McClintock is currently the Medical Director and President of Age-Less Medicine. A new concept – focusing on quality of life medicine; where you can look and feel your very best.
Dr. McClintock has received advanced hands-on training in Botox, Restylane, Juvederm and Perlane techniques from the institute of Aesthetics Medicine in Houston, Texas and advanced training with the use of cosmetic fillers for the use of contouring from Kapps Aesthetic Training in Toronto, Canada.
Dr. McClintock is a member of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine & Hillsborough County Medical Association. She has completed an in-depth Age Management training at Cenegenics Medical Institute. Her office specializes in Age Management, Bio-Identical Hormonal Management, Weight Management, and internationally trained in facial rejuvenation with Derma Fillers (Restylane, Juvaderm & Restylane Lift) and Muscle Relaxants (Botox & Dysport) as well as PRP Stem-Cells for face and hair. Dr. McClintock oversees and medically supervises Aestheticians who practice Micro-Needling, PRP applications, Microdermabrasion, Ultrasonic Rejuvination, and Medical Grade Peels. She appeared as a health team correspondent for Bay News 9 for over a decade.
Dr. McClintock was the Medical Director of Greco & Associates Consulting, Inc. A firm that dealt primarily with health care issues from national and international perspectives. Clients included publicly traded health service corporations, hospitals, healthcare corporations and medical equipment providers.
From 1994 to 1998 Dr. McClintock served as Medical Director of Health Ease, a medical plan owned by Tampa General Hospital. In addition to serving as Medical Director of the plan, she was promoted to Chief Executive Officer and served in that capacity until 1998. From February 1993 to 1994, Dr. McClintock served as Associate Medical Director for Humana Health Plan. During 1993, Humana was Tampa Bay’s largest health plan. She was instrumental in instituting numerous initiatives resulting in cost savings of over 500 thousand dollars in a 12 month period.
From 1986 to 1993 while in private practice as a pediatrician, Dr. McClintock also served as clinical instructor of family practice with the University of Texas Medical School in Houston, Texas. While there, she earned an Excellence in Teaching Award for the 1987-1988 school year.
Over the years, Dr. McClintock has served on many boards and executive committees while on staff at 6 hospitals in the Houston area, she participated in Credentialing, Quality Assurance/Management, Emergency Department, Utilization Committee and many others. She has also served as Chair of Pediatrics. In 1991, Dr. McClintock was elected President of the Harris County Chapter of the American Women’s Association and served in that capacity til 1993. Dr. McClintock has always been active in community and business related committees and boards.
Some of Dr. McClintock’s more recent civic activities include:
– American Red Cross
– Hillsborough County Crisis Center
– American Cancer Association
– Tampa Trolley Board
– Healthy Start Program
– Chamber of Commerce
– Friends of Tampa Police (Founder & President)
– Women of the Year (2008)
- Leadership Tampa (1997)
– Citizen of the Year (1997)
Dr. McClintock founded the Friends of Tampa Police Department, a not-for-profit community that has raised over a half million dollars for training and safety of officers.
Dr. McClintock was previously a Board Member of Sykes Enterprises (NASDAQ Company) from 1998 to 2014 and a member of the Hillsborough County Medical Association.
Dr. McClintock is fluent in Spanish and speaks several other languages at a conversational level. She is currently married to former Mayor Dick Greco.