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ANN L. CONTRUCCI, MD, FAAP 
Department of Pediatrics 
Office of Clinical Education
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics


Ann L. Contrucci, MD, FAAP, is a board certified pediatrician and an assistant professor of pediatrics in the Office of Clinical Education at PCOM Georgia's Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) program. Dr. Contrucci is part of a clinical faculty team responsible for teaching first and second year medical students primary care skills, active learning sessions with case based clinical scenarios, as well as giving multiple clinical lectures. She is a co-course director for the reproductive genito-urinary course for second year medical students. She is the faculty advisor for the Healthcare Collaborative, a national organization on medical school campuses which pairs medical students with underserved populations in high schools to create research projects. She is also a mentor to both first and second year medical students.

Dr. Contrucci's previous experience includes being part of the faculty at PCOM South Georgia where she also was part of a clinical faculty team responsible for teaching first and second year medical students primary care skills as well as giving multiple clinical lectures. She co-course directed the life stages course for second year medical students. She co-directed a course preparing second year medical students for their board exams as well as provided mentoring to first and second year students. She also was the faculty advisor for the Pediatrics and Psychiatry Clubs. She was a faculty facilitator for a second year medical student addiction medicine elective.

Prior to coming to PCOM, Dr. Contrucci was in clinical pediatric practice for more than 26 years, practicing in a variety of roles including a tertiary children's hospital emergency department for 16 years, suburban and rural primary care pediatrics, and founding a solo pediatric practice in Ontario, Canada.

Her special interests include mental health in children and adolescents as well as that of medical students.

Education

  • Arkansas Children's Hospital - Pediatric internship and residency
  • Medical College of Georgia - Doctor of Medicine
  • University of Georgia - Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry

Courses

  • Primary Care Skills
  • CRIBS, CRIBS III and IV
  • multiple other clinical lectures
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