In addition to providing patient-centered, pro-active primary care rooted in sound, evidence-based medicine, Dr. Patt is dedicated to improving chronic disease management and health care delivery. She completed a fellowship in Health Policy and Research and a Master's in Public Health. Dr. Patt believes in integrating care from different disciplines (including complementary and alternative medicine), utilizing technology to improve care, and actively educating and collaborating with patients to achieve not only the best possible clinical outcomes, but to improve well-being and enhance quality of life. She attempts to know all aspects of her patients' lives to understand the unique variables and stressors that impact their health. Dr. Patt enjoys getting to know her patients and finds these relationships deeply gratifying and rewarding.
In her spare time, Dr. Patt enjoys spending time with her family/friends and enjoys running, gardening, and reading.
MD, Albany Medical College
MPH, Columbia University
Boston University Medical Center Program, Internal Medicine (0001)
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Program, Health Policy & Research