Mary Fontenot Anderson was born in Columbia, South Carolina but grew up most of her life in Mobile, Alabama where she graduated from Spring Hill College and subsequently, the University of South Alabama College of Medicine. She completed residency at East Jefferson General Hospital and is board certified in Family Medicine. During residency, Dr. Anderson learned about the concept of direct primary care and knew immediately that this was the way she wanted to practice medicine. The model just makes too much sense in the way that it fosters an intimate doctor-patient relationship and allows her to work directly for her patients rather than trying to meet a quota for a hospital system or requirements for an insurance company.
Dr. Anderson has a special interest in preventing or reversing disease through lifestyle and completed the Integrative Medicine in Residency program through the University of Arizona. Another passion of hers is caring for women, particularly with a focus on hormones and fertility, and she is excited to offer her services as a Napro medical consultant.
When away from work, she loves being active in any form, being in nature, attempting to garden, healthy cooking, and precious time with her husband, David, and son, Matthew.
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