Dr. Griffiths is a family medicine physician providing care at Northwest Primary Care.
She provides preventive care, care of chronic illness, and acute care to everyone from young adults to age 100 and more! She also enjoys doing contraceptive management and minor procedures, including dermatological procedures, in the office.
Dr. Griffiths attended medical school at Yale University and completed a residency at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. She has some additional training in public health and an advanced fellowship in teaching.
Prior to her current role, Dr. Griffiths has worked at Community Health Centers in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and has spent nearly 2 year being a “general practitioner” in New Zealand. She has spent most of her career teaching and supervising family medicine residents.
She is board certified in family medicine having renewed this qualification in 2013.
Patient Care Philosophy
I love providing primary care because it allows me to get to know people. Once I know a little about someone’s life, I can help them figure out what may be going on medically that is preventing them from feeling their best. Then we can try to solve practical problems together. Every day I get to teach and I get to learn.
Dr. Griffiths is a true generalist. She likes to do everything! Diabetes; depression; contraception; wellness.
Dr. Griffiths has done clinical research in the field of breastfeeding and has done national presentations on methods of teaching new physicians and on the role of race in medicine.
|Yale New Haven Medical Center||Medical education||2000|
|University of Wisconsin - Madison||Residency||2003|
|MD||Yale University School of Medicine||2000|
|American Board of Family Medicine||Family Medicine||2003|