Dr. Jones is a primary care and public health physician, and serves as Interim Director of Medical Services at Gannett Health Services and Clinical Instructor of Medicine at Cornell University.
She is Board Certified with the American Osteopathic College of Family Physicians (ACOFP), completed her DO degree from Rowan School of Osteopathic Medicine and trained in family medicine at the Maine Dartmouth Family Medicine Residency.She practiced full spectrum primary care internationally and in rural underserved areas and completed her MPH at The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice with a specialization in quality improvement and clinical practice reform before joining the Cornell team in 2013.
Anne is a 2004 graduate of the College of Arts and Sciences, and remains as active alumna, devoting her time to alumni mentorship and externship opportunities.She writes about and speaks at Cornell and beyond about osteopathic medicine, the importance and joy of primary care, and the need for continual improvement of healthcare in a changing world.Anne looks forward to meeting students where they live, eat, work, play, and pray as an Alice Cook House Fellow, because she sees those aspects to life as the most important determinants of health and where the most meaningful experiences in life develop. She joins in this opportunity with her husband, also a physician, and their daughter. In their spare time, they all enjoy music (making and consuming), writing, reading, painting, cooking, and an appreciation for nature, our campus, our community, and our world.