Mary Campagnolo is a family physician and geriatrician, Virtua Medical Group Medical Director for Value Based Programs and Payer Contracts, a Board member for Virtua Integrated Network, and Chair of the Department of Family Medicine at Virtua North.

After completing her medical degree at George Washington University in Washington, DC, Dr. Campagnolo did her family medicine residency at Overlook Hospital in Summit, NJ. During her 36 years of practice in Burlington County, Dr. Campagnolo was first associated with Memorial Hospital of Burlington County, and then Virtua Health. She treats patients at Virtua Primary Care of Mansfield, and has long experience with chronic disease management, preventive health care, population health/care coordination models, home health care, subacute rehab, and long-term care.

Dr Campagnolo earned her MBA in 2009 from the Rutgers-School of Business-Camden, NJ.

She is a member and lifetime Fellow of the Medical Society of New Jersey, where she was President from 2012-2013. She remains active on the Government Affairs, Policy, and Strategy panel, also serving as a Delegate to AMA House of Delegates. Additionally, Dr. Campagnolo is a member of the New Jersey Academy of Family Physicians (President and Chair in 2000-2001). At the American Academy of Family Physicians, in Leawood, Kansas, she was elected to the Board of Directors 2020-23, as well as liaison trustee to the American Academy of Family Physicians Foundation. Previously, she was appointed to AAFP Commission on Finance and Insurance, 2016-20, and Chair for 2020. She also served on the AAFP Commission on Quality 2003-07.

Dr. Campagnolo also gives back to her community as an appointee member on the NJ DHSS Nursing Home Administrator’s Licensing Board, and NJ DOBI Mandated State Health Benefits Commission. She enjoys fundraising and cycling each year in the MS150 bike tour, and American Cancer Society Bike-a-thon. Dr. Campagnolo participates in the AMA Foundation for the New Jersey Formica- Riggs Honor Fund, developing scholarships for NJ students to attend medical school.

She is committed as a trustee of the Virtua Foundation to “Give for Good” and sustain and grow Virtua’s system of healthcare throughout South Jersey.