Born in London, England, Dr. Antonyrajah relocated to the United States with her family at the age of 8, settling in Detroit, Michigan. Growing up in the “Wolverine State”, she became a lifelong Michigan fan and attended the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, studying Biopsychology and Chemistry. In 1998, after completing her premedical studies, she returned to the United Kingdom, having been accepted to study medicine at The Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin, Ireland. After graduating with honors and a Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery as well as a Bachelor of Obstetrics, Dr. Antonyrajah completed her medical internship at Stoke Mandeville Hospital in Ayelesbury, England. Wanting to be closer to family, she returned to the United States where she completed her Pediatric training at the University of Toledo Medical Center in Toledo, Ohio, earning her Board Certification in Pediatrics in 2009. After completing her residency, Dr. Antonyrajah began working as a Pediatric Hospitalist for two years before deciding to pursue further subspecialty training. She went on to complete a Fellowship in Pediatric Critical Care at Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio, earning her Board Certification in Pediatric Critical Care in 2016.
After completing her Critical Care Fellowship, Dr. Antonyrajah relocated to Florida, where she served as the Medical Director of the Pediatric ICU at Florida Hospital for Children from 2012-2016, and then at Memorial Hospital in Jacksonville in 2017.
Dr. Antonyrajah is married and has two children. Though her career pursuits have kept her busy, being a mom has always been a priority for her and so she is actively involved in her children’s schools, extracurricular activities and the community as well. Dr. Antonyrajah sits on the committee of several charitable organizations, most notably Runway to Hope, an event that raises money for childhood cancer research and treatment. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling with her family, going to the gym and spending time with friends and family.
Undergraduate & Medical Education
University of Michigan
Premedical Sciences in Biopsychology & Chemistry
Royal College of Surgeons
Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery
Bachelor of Obstetrics
Medical Internship & Pediatric Residency
Stoke Mandeville Hospital
University of Toledo Medical Center
Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital
Pediatric Critical Care
American Board of Pediatrics – October 2009
American Board of Pediatric Critical Care – November 2016
Dr. Marie Antonyrajah is a Board Certified Pediatrician who heads First Pediatric Urgent Care’s division of Concierge Pediatrics.
Born in London, England, Dr. Antonyrajah relocated to Detroit, Michigan with her family at the age of two. She attended John Carroll University as an undergraduate, where she studied Biology and pre-medical science. Her interest in medicine led her to The Cleveland Clinic where she studied Molecular Cardiology as a Research Assistant at the Lerner Research Institute. After graduation she pursued her Doctorate of Medicine at Ross University School of Medicine, where she graduated with honors in 2011. She continued her training in Pediatrics at Dayton Children’s Hospital at Wright State University in Ohio, becoming board certified in 2015.
After completing her training, Dr. Antonyrajah and her husband relocated to Florida, where she has held academic faculty positions with University of Central Florida College of Medicine with both Florida Hospital for Children as a Pediatric Hospitalist and at Nemours as a Pediatric Emergency provider.
Dr. Antonyrajah is very passionate about pediatrics, in particular preventive care. She strives to provide outstanding care to her patients and families.
Dr. Antonyrajah is married and has a 2 year old daughter. She and her husband are excitedly expecting their second child in the coming months. In her free time, the little that she has with a busy young family, she enjoys traveling, Orange Theory workouts and spending time with family and friends.
Undergraduate & Medical Education:
John Carroll University
Bachelor of Science – Biology
Lerner Research Institute at The Cleveland Clinic
Ross University School of Medicine
Doctor of Medicine
Pediatric Internship & Residency
Dayton Children’s Hospital at Wright State University
American Board of Pediatrics – October 2015
Amanda Rose is a Board-Certified Family Nurse Practitioner and a Certified Pediatric Nurse who has joined our practice as a provider in May 2019. Born and raised in Merritt Island, Florida, Amanda relocated to Orlando in 2009 to pursue her nursing career. She attended the University of Central Florida where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing in 2011. After gaining 3 years of experience as an adult medical-surgical and travel nurse, she found her passion working at Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children where she has been practicing for the past 5 years. Serving as a pediatric charge nurse and nurse mentor, she enjoys encouraging and educating her fellow co-workers, patients, and families. Her dedication to healthcare and desire to achieve her full nursing potential led her to graduate with honors from the University of South Alabama with her Master of Science in Nursing in 2018.
Amanda is an active member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners and prides herself in being a passionate and motivated nursing professional. She has no children yet, but she does have one fur baby, Spanky and is looking forward to adopting a new puppy this summer. She enjoys spending her free time traveling, boating, fishing, and spending time with her family and friends.
The University of Central Florida
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
The University of South Alabama
Master of Science in Nursing
American Academy of Nurse Practitioners- Family Nurse Practitioner- January 2019
The Pediatric Nursing Certification Board- Certified Pediatric Nurse- August 2015