By Erika Anne Sullivan, MD, MS, MS
University of Utah, Department of Family and Preventive Medicine
Dr. Sullivan is a board certified family physician. She completed her residency in Family Medicine from the University of Utah in 2014. She attended medical school and graduate school at the University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine, where she received both an MD and an MS degree in Pathology in 2011. She also attended the University of Hawaii, Manoa for graduate school, receiving her first MS in Microbiology in 2004. She is a proud graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara where she received two bachelors degrees, a BA in French and a BS in Microbiology in 2001. Her professional interests include LGBTQ patient care (including HIV PrEP and hormone replacement therapy for transgender patients), providing safe and reliable contraception to women (IUD, nexplanon, other forms of contraception), women’s health, preventive medicine, management of chronic disease, and providing comprehensive care for the whole family. Academically, she is interested in LGBTQ healthcare policy and delivery, standardizing clinic work flow processes, implementing clinical standardization, quality improvement, and improving efficiency in electronic medical records. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her partner and their three children (technically two children and a dog), reading (and writing!) books, trying new restaurants, sewing, crafting, hiking and dancing.