Christine Metzing has a passion for the people of Delaware. As a medical doctor and the married mother of four beautiful children, Christine has dedicated her life to serving others.

A graduate of New York Medical College, Christine completed her residency in Internal Medicine at Montefiore Medical Center, where she specialized in social healthcare and received advanced training in the care of those with addictions. She served as the medical director of two homeless shelters and was an attending physician at the Daniel Leicht HIV/AIDS clinic in Manhattan. She also worked in her own private practice in Virginia for many years.

Relocating to Delaware in 2000, Christine wasted no time getting involved in the community. While homeschooling her children and teaching multiple high school subjects at a local private high school, she made time to provide free medical care to people in need.

She has volunteered for programs such as the Dave Tiberi Youth Center, Pike Creek Multicultural Youth Outreach, and the Boys and Girls Club. Christine organizes and leads an annual medical/Christian mission trip, where she uses her medical skills and fluency in Spanish to care for the people of La Ciudad Vieja, Guatemala.

Doctor Metzing’s innovative and practical approach to problem solving combined with her medical knowledge and lifetime of service to others has prepared her to bring answers to the problems facing Delaware today.