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Welcome to Outpatient Services

The primary care section within the Division of General Internal Medicine aims to take care of the whole person. Not only do we strive to provide comprehensive and preventive care and treat a diverse array of patients, the faculty also provide unique expertise in culinary medicine, opioid use disorders, gender affirming care, and women’s health.

We provide care at three clinical sites: the University Hospital, Madsen Internal Medicine, and Sugar House Health Center.  At each of the sites, we focus on clinical excellence, education, and research so that our patients thrive and our learners succeed.

Meet Associate Chief

Anne Cioletti, MD

Anne Cioletti, MD is an Associate Professor within the Department of Internal Medicine and a primary care physician at Madsen Internal Medicine. She is the Associate Chief of Ambulatory Operations in General Internal Medicine. As a primary care physician, she strives to provide comprehensive care to her patients through intentional listening and shared decision making. Her clinical interests include women’s health, obesity care, and diabetes, although happily expands beyond this based on the needs of her patients.

As a clinician educator, most of Dr. Cioletti’s work has been in ambulatory curriculum, primary care track development and quality improvement education.  She enjoys working with faculty and residents through mentorship and coaching with specific attention to gender equity and advancement.