Wynne Armand, MD is an associate director of the MGH Center for the Environment and Health, assistant professor at Harvard Medical School, and board certified in Internal Medicine.
Prior to coming to MGH, she received her medical degree at University of California at San Francisco (UCSF), where she also received her residency training in a program focused on providing care to the underserved.
Dr. Armand practices primary care at MGH Chelsea HealthCare Center, where she provides comprehensive preventive care, chronic disease management and urgent care to adult patients in a diverse, urban setting.
As an associate director of the MGH Center for the Environment and Health, she works towards integrating environmental sustainability into hospital activities and health care.
Dr. Armand also serves as a faculty editor for Primary Care Office Insite (PCOI), a knowledge resource that guides day-to-day clinical practice for primary care teams at MGH and across Mass General Brigham.
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