She obtained her medical degree from the University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine, and completed her residency in Family and Community Medicine at The Pennsylvania State University, Milton Hershey Medical Center. The following year she pursued fellowship training in Women’s Health. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians.
During fifteen years of primary care practice, Ann employed the concepts of holistic and facilitated healing, but she often felt unable to tap the potential of other safe and effective non-conventional therapeutic modalities.
To address her dream of a better way for her patients, and for herself, Ann completed training as a member of the inaugural class of the University of Arizona’s Associate Fellowship in Integrative Medicine. Designed by Andrew Weil, MD, and his colleagues, the Associate Fellowship is an innovative program that provides for the study of integrative medicine in a combined distance-learning and on-site format. She is thrilled to help bring this vision of collaborative, patient-centered health care to this region.