Family and Geriatric Medicine
Dr. Mariana Dangiolo is a board certified family physician with subspecialty certification in geriatric medicine. As a bilingual doctor, she has dedicated part of her career to serving American Indian and Latino populations.
Dr. Dangiolo received her M.D. from Universidad de Buenos Aires, Medical School in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She had her residency training in family medicine at the renowned Mayo Medical School College of Medicine in Rochester, Minnesota. She completed a fellowship in geriatric medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine and served as geriatrician at the Veterans Affairs Hospital in Palo, Alto, California.
Dr. Dangiolo has dedicated part of her career to serving American Indian and Latino populations and has served as a Medical Director for the Indian Health Center of Santa Clara Valley and as a leader for the Diabetes National Collaborative for the Indian Health Center. She is active in the American Academy of Family Physicians, Mayo Clinic Alumni Association, American Geriatrics Society, Physicians for a National Health Plan and the Florida Medical Association.
A Word From Dr. Dangiolo
“I entered into family medicine because I couldn’t give up anything in the field of health care. Family medicine allows me to contribute to improving the quality of life of a whole community, while taking care of my patients and their families socially, emotionally and physically.”