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PATIENT PORTAL FEATURES
Dr. Ana Sierra de Aragon graduated in 1989 from Universidad del Noreste in Mexico; with a Medical Degree. She did her residency in Pediatrics at the Children’s Hospital in Mexico City and worked at Hospital La Raza, a 3rd level hospital.
Dr. Aragon completed a second combined residence in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics in Phoenix, AZ. This program was unique as it was managed by Maricopa Medical Center and Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
Dr. Ana Sierra de Aragon has over 20 years of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics practice. She has worked in Maricopa Medical Center, Phoenix Children’s Hospital, Banner Baywood Hospital and Banner Heart Hospital in Mesa, AZ.
Dr. Aragon provides comprehensive primary health care, specializing in the prevention, detection and treatment of illnesses in adults and children 12 and older.
Dr Aragon is experienced in treating such illnesses as diabetes, hypertension, heart and lung problems, chronic diseases and more.
A doctor certified by the American Board is required to take additional testing and to maintain continuous education; which in turn may translate into better care and outcomes for her patients; this is also a reflection to the commitment to excellence and high quality standards held by the physician.
Dr Ana Sierra de Aragon is certified by both the American Board of Internal Medicine and also by the American Board of Pediatrics; and she has admitting privileges into Banner Medical Center and Banner Heart Hospital.
She is a doctor that can address the needs of a child, a teenager, an adult or an elderly person. Dr. Ana Sierra de Aragon is an experienced Internal Medicine Doctor and she is certified to address the health care needs of your entire family.
We are the family doctor in Mesa and in Gilbert for patients from 12 years-old and up; but we also have multiple patients from Tempe, Chandler, Queen Creek and Apache Junction.
Dr Aragon’s experience and certifications allow her to be a great bridge for those children entering adolescence and to serve the adults in the family; as she deals with common ailments to highly complex ones in a daily basis either at her Practice or at the hospital settings.
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