I became a physician because I really want to help patients. I have a responsibility to improve each one of my patient's quality of life and guide them through the medical maze that is health care today. Being a patient's primary care doctor is an honor and a privilege.
Dr. O’Sullivan joined the faculty at the Medical College of Wisconsin in 2002. She actually began her health care career as a Dentist and practiced general dentistry in Chicago. She then returned to her home state for medical school at the Medical College of Wisconsin and graduated in 1999. She completed her internal medicine residency training at Duke University in North Carolina. Her interests include preventive health and geriatric medicine.
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Education & Training
University of Michigan School of Dentistry - Ann Arbor - Doctor of Dental Surgery - (1988)
Veterans Affairs, West Side Medical Center - Chicago - IL - Residency in General Dentistry - (1988-1989)
Veterans Affairs, West Side Medical Center - Chicago - IL - Fellowship in Geriatric Dentistry - (1989-1990)
Medical College of Wisconsin - Milwaukee - Doctor of Medicine - (1999)
Duke University Medical Center - Durham - NC - Residency in Internal Medicine - (1999-2002)
Duke University Medical Center - Durham - NC - Assistant Chief Resident in Internal Medicine - (2001-2002)
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