Alecia Anyim, MD
Meet Dr. Alecia R. Anyim
Our practice believes that all patients deserve excellent medical care and we thrive to provide just that so that you will live your best lives and maximize their health now!
How my well-rounded education benefits my patients
My well rounded education gives me a unique insight into the lives of my patients. I am therefore able to treat every patient from those with very simple medical conditions to those with multiple medical or complex conditions. I also able to provide medical care to the young and the very old thus providing age appropriate care in keeping with the latest, most effective treatment for their medical condition.
- Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBBS/MD) 09/1994 to 06/1999
- University of the West Indies. Kingston, Jamaica. Internal Medicine Residency Training : 07/ 2007 to 06/ 2010
Harlem Hospital Medical Center in affiliation with Columbia University Medical Center.
Internal Medicine Board Certification- August, 2010
WI state Licensure – 2017
SC state Licensure – 2017
Texas state licensure – 2017
ACLS Recertification – 2017
BLS Recertification – 2017
How my community service affects you
Community service helps me to keep in focus and as a top priority the best interest of every patient who entrust me with their health.
- Community Outreach Focus Presenter on Health/ Stroke and the Palliative care panel, Memorial Health Center, WI.
- Recognized by the Prime Minister’s office of Jamaica as a member of the Public sector for excellence in customer service.
How my work experience enables me to serve my patients better
I have had the opportunity to work in different countries and states seeing patients from a diverse background. This allows me to easily establish rapport with all patients making it easier to build an excellent physician-patient relationship which lends to superb medical care. Patients also feel comfortable expressing all of their cares and concerns.
- Specializes in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of adult (18 years and older) diseases from the common and simple to the rare and complex chronic illnesses.
Why is being active in my profession important?
It allows me to build a network of colleagues and support organizations that will create an environment for patients to get the medical care they need at our office, in the hospital and with all the subspecialties.
- Advisory Board member, Honors College( College of Charleston)
- Marion,SC Medical Society
- American College of Physician Executives
- Wisconsin Medical Society
- Member of the American Medical Association
- Member of the American College of Physicians (ACP)
- Medical Association of Jamaica
Awards and Honors
- Physician Friend of Nursing Award, Carolinas Hospital System – Florence, SC.
- Nominated by the patients and staff of the Percy Junor Hospital, Jamaica for excellence in Customer service (patient care).
Personal Interests and Hobbies
- Indoor games
- Public speaking
- Interest in the education of the patients and their families.