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Rebecca Andrews, MD, FACP

Education Leader

Rebecca Andrews is the Leader for Education. Dr. Andrews is Director of Ambulatory Education and an Assistant Program Director for the Internal Medicine Residency Program at the University of Connecticut. She is involved in the activities of the resident outpatient clinic as well as mentoring, teaching, and increasing quality of delivered care. 

Dr. Andrews received her bachelor's and master's degrees in biology at Boston College in Chestnut Hill, MA, before relocating to Connecticut for medical school at the University of Connecticut. She remained at the University to complete a residency, including a chief medical residency. Upon completing her residency, she practiced for three years at a community health center where she served as the medical director and a member of the company's QA/QI team.

Dr. Andrews joined the faculty at UConn in 2009 where she is devoted to expanding resident education in primary care.  She developed the Office Based Medicine track and obtained a federal HRSA grant for primary care residency expansion. Special interests include heart failure, women's health, disease-driven care models, and healthcare policy. She is board certified in Internal Medicine. Most important, she is a mom to two adorable children.

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