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Joined Kelsey-Seybold

July 2015

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​​​​Professional Background ​

After completing a chief medical residency with Indiana University Affiliated Hospitals in 2011, Dr. Campbell held faculty positions at Baylor College of Medicine and Indiana University School of Medicine. She joined Kelsey-Seybold in July of 2015.

Professional Associations 

Dr. Campbell is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Gold and Humanism Honor Society, the American College of Physicians, the American Medical Association and the American Program Directors in Internal Medicine. 

Hobbies and Interests​

Dr. Campbell enjoys staying active with running, kickboxing and weight lifting, as well as exploring new activities with her husband and children.

Fun Facts

A military veteran, Dr. Steffanie Campbell said that when she was a child, she wanted to be a football referee because they wear a whistle. Her guilty pleasure is Candy Crush, her favorite actor is Jack Black, and the best piece of advice she said she has ever received is “live for today.”

Her role model is Ellen DeGeneres, her favorite historical figure is Ghandi, and she says that if she could have any super power, she would like to have the power to give healing hugs. 

​As a general internist, my philosophy is holistic care. I consider my patients family members; I attempt to educate them as much as possible to assure informed decisions are made and we engage in shared-decision making.

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Awards & Recognitions

​Dr. Campbell received the Indiana University President’s Choice Award for Outstanding Intern of the Year for 2007.


Full Papers
  • Vakil KP, Malhotra S, Sawada S, Campbell SR, Sayfo S, Kamalesh M. Waist circumference and metabolic syndrome: the risk for silent coronary artery disease in males. Metab Syndr Relat Disord. 2012 Jun;10(3):225-31.  PMID: 22324791.
  • Kamalesh M, Campbell S, Ligler L, Meda M, Eckert GJ, Sawada S. Metabolic syndrome does not predict an increased risk of coronary disease in patients with traditional risk factors referred for stress imaging study. Metab Syndr Relat Disord. 2010 Jun;8(3):223-8. PMID:20156076.
  • Campbell SR, Matthias MS, Bergman AB, Krebs E. "I feel like I’m not a doctor”: Physicians’ perceptions of opioid management. [Editorial]. Journal of general internal medicine. 2011 Jul 1; 26(S-1):264-5.

Abstracts ​

  • ​Campbell, S. P-ANCA Positive Wegener’s. ACP Chapter Meeting, Indianapolis, IN 2​​009. 

Poster Presentations

  • Campbell S, Matthias MS, Bergman A, Krebs E. “I feel like I’m not a doctor”: Physicians’ perceptions of opioid pain management. SGIM National Meeting. Pheonix, AZ. 2011.
  • Krebs E, Matthias MS, Bergman A, Campbell S, Frankel R. Primary Care Perspective on Opiate Management: A Qualitative Study. 
  • Krebs EE, Matthias MS, Bergman AB, Coffing J, Campbell S, Frankel RM. Perceptions of opioid monitoring in VA primary care: "We just hope they don't call back.". Poster session presented at: VA HSR&D / QUERI National Meeting; 2012 Jul 14; National Harbor, MD.
  • Campbell S, Djuricich A. Does the Time of educational conference impact patient discharge times? APDIM 2013, Orlando, FL.


  • Fisher J, Campbell S, Hardt N. Achieving Cultural Competence by Building Advocacy Skills. SGEA 2013, Savannah, GA.