UA adds five primary care physicians to staff

Banner University Medical Group welcomed five new physicians to the University of Arizona Department of Family and Community Medicine at the UA College of Medicine. All of the new staff members will be primary care physicians.

 

Anthony Arnold, MD
Dr. Arnold, a clinical associate professor in the UA Department of Family and Community Medicine, is the new medical director of the family medicine center at Banner – UMC South. He joined the university in June from Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, where he was medical director of Family Health.  Previously he was clinical director at the Southern Arizona Veteran’s Affairs Healthcare System. He earned his medical degree from State University of New York Health Sciences Center in Brooklyn in 1983 and completed his family practice residency at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Utica, N.Y.  He has served as a U.S. Air Force physician all over the world.

Katherine Martineau, MD

Dr. Martineau, a clinical assistant professor in the UA Department of Family and Community Medicine, earned her medical degree from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2008 and recently completed her residency at the UA, where she was chief resident.  She will see patients at the Banner – UMC North Hills Clinic, 265 W Ina Road.  

Ann Mathias, DO

Dr. Mathias, a clinical assistant professor in the UA Department of Family and Community Medicine, comes to Tucson from Michigan, where she has been in private practice since 1998. She earned her osteopathic medical degree from Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed her residency at Metropolitan Hospital in Grand Rapids, Mich. She has a special interest in behavioral health care. Dr. Mathias will see patients at the Banner – UMC Whole Health Clinic, 535 N. Wilmot Road, and at the Pantano Clinic, 7901 E. 22nd St.

Anthony Saenz Jr., MD

Dr. Saenz, a clinical assistant professor in the UA Department of Family and Community Medicine, earned his medical degree from Ross University School of Medicine in Dominica. He completed his residency at Banner – UMC South, where he was chief resident. He will see pediatric and adult patients at the family medicine center at Banner — UMC South.


Amy Michelle Singer, DO
Dr. Singer, a clinical assistant professor in the UA Department of Family and Community Medicine, received her osteopathic medical degree from the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine in West Virginia. She completed her family medicine residency from the Texas Health Sciences Center at San Antonio, where she was chief resident and she recently completed a sports medicine fellowship at the UA. She has a special interest in the management of non-operative sports related and musculoskeletal issues in active individuals and athletes at all levels of fitness.  She will see patients at Banner – UMC North Hills, 265 W. Ina Road.