Ann Marie Giedd is a Board Certified Nurse Practitioner and has been practicing in the field of healthcare for over 13 years. She specializes in internal/family medicine and functional medicine. She attended several universities for her education including Clemson, Kennesaw State, Emory, and The Catholic University of America in Washington D.C where she received her family nurse practitioner degree and doctoral studies. She has worked in many specialties ranging from culturally critical and ER care, ethnic care, health policy, and as a hospitalist in several states. Some of the places she has worked include Grady Memorial Trauma Center in Atlanta, Georgia, Howard University Hospital Trauma Center, Children’s National Healthcare Center, and the Veterans Administration Hospital in Washington D.C. Her passion is Functional Medicine and she became a specialist in functional medicine from The Institute of Functional Medicine.
Ann and her husband Derek have five adult children, one grandson, 3 cats and 3 Siberian Huskies. They own a small farm in Eaton, NH. Both Ann and Derek love to Ski and Scuba dive. A scuba diving incident in 2016 showed Ann the need to make changes in her life which led her to Functional Medicine and completely improved her health, the health of her husband and most of their family members.