Dr. Piccione is a Board Certified Family Physician originally from the Chicago area, where she was in private practice for over eight years. After suffering through too many Chicago winters, Dr. Piccione was thrilled to have the opportunity to relocate to sunny Arizona.
Dr. Piccione received her Bachelor of Arts and Science from the University of Illinois, where she graduated with Honors. She attended medical school at Rush Medical College in Chicago, earning her Medical Doctorate with Distinction. While at Rush, Dr. Piccione was one of the original student doctor participants in the Rush Community Service Initiative Program, a community health initiative designed to facilitate access of care to disadvantaged communities. She also served as chairperson of the Pediatic AIDS Big ‘Sibs’ program which paired children suffering with HIV and/or AIDS with mentors. Following medical school, Dr. Piccione completed three years of specialty training in Family Medicine at MacNeal Hospital in Berwyn, Illinois. During her residency, she received numerous honors and distinctions including the 2003 Family Medicine Resident Representative to the National Scientific Assembly.
As a Family Physician, Dr. Piccione is trained and skilled in assessing and managing a broad spectrum of disease processes. In addition, she is passionate about promoting wellness through health education and preventive health care. Dr. Piccione is a dedicated patient advocate and a strong proponent of the Patient-Centered Medical Home principals.
Dr. Piccione is married with three children. Her personal interests include hiking, biking, running, reading, skiing and boating; advocacy for the developmentally disabled, nature conservation, and anything …