About Ann Hunt, DO

Dr. Hunt received her D.O. degree from the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine.

She served an internship at Fort Worth Osteopathic Hospital, one year of Internal Medicine at Oklahoma Osteopathic hospital, then three years of Neurology at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque.

Following that, she did a one-year fellowship in neuropharmacology at the State University of New York in Buffalo (SUNY-Buffalo), followed by a two-year fellowship in movement disorders at Columbia-Presbyterian under the mentorship of Stanley Fahn, MD, and Susan Bressman, MD.

While at Columbia, she participated in the genetic research of dystonia. 

Dr. Hunt went into private practice in Tacoma, WA, for eight years at Group Health Cooperative (a staff model HMO), then moved back to New York City to work at Mount Sinai Beth Israel Hospital providing general neurological care and treatment of movement disorders.

While at Mount Sinai Beth Israel, she was Director of the Outpatient Neurology Teaching Practice (Continuity Practice) during the transition from being staffed only by attending neurologists to integrating residents from the new Neurology Residency Program. Along with two persons with ataxia, Dr. Hunt helped to form the Tri-State Ataxia Support Group that met in New York City. Most recently at Beth Israel, she helped to lead the transition from paper charts to EPIC by being an EPIC Champion.

She joined the Neurology Department at Mass General in the fall of 2014. Dr. Hunt's special interests include tardive syndromes, the treatment of dystonia, Parkinson’s disease and the processes by which physicians learn.

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Mass General Neurology
55 Fruit St.
Boston, MA 02114
Phone: 855-644-6387

Medical Education

  • DO, Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Residency, Oklahoma Osteopathic Hospital
  • Residency, University of New Mexico
  • Fellowship, Kaleida Health
  • Fellowship, New York Presbyterian Columbia Campus

American Board Certifications

  • Neurology, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

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