Alyssa K. Anderson, MD

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Alyssa K. Anderson, MD
Family Practice

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About Me

Alyssa Anderson, MD, is a family medicine physician in the Penn State College of Medicine Department of Family and Community Medicine.

Dr. Anderson was born and raised in northeast Pennsylvania. She is a graduate of Penn State College of Medicine and completed her family medicine residency at Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health, where she served as chief resident. Dr. Anderson sees patients at Penn State Health Medical Group – Elizabethtown, providing care for patients of all ages. She particularly enjoys women’s health and preventive care. 

Dr. Anderson is also dedicated to educating future family medicine physicians. She is an assistant professor, mentor and academic advisor for medical students at Penn State College of Medicine and serves as the Family and Community Medicine clerkship co-director. In 2020, she received the Penn State College of Medicine Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching and was Affiliate Site Teacher of the Year. Dr. Anderson has also been recognized by Penn State College of Medicine as an Exceptional Teacher for consecutive years. 

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Professional Education

Education

Medical School, Penn State College of Medicine - 2012

Residency

Residency, Family Medicine Lancaster General Hospital (Pennsylvania) - 2015

Academic Interests

  • Undergraduate medical education
  • Women's health

Awards

  • 2020 Teacher of the Year Award – Family and Community Medicine Clerkship
  • Penn State College of Medicine Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching – 2020
  • Penn State College of Medicine “Exceptional Moments in Teaching” – 2017-2021