Faculty ProfilesMichelle Guy, MD
1545 Divisadero Street
San Francisco, CA 94115
Dr. Michelle Guy joined UCSF faculty in 2004. She earned her medical degree from University of Missouri-Columbia and completed a residency in Primary Care at Cambridge Health Alliance/Harvard Medical School. After completing a Chief Residency she joined the UCSF faculty Division of General Internal Medicine, where she is a Clinician Educator. She sees patients and teaches at the Mt Zion campus. She practices both in the Division of General Medicine and the Weight Management clinic. She teaches in the medical school as one of the Bridges coaches in the new medical school curriculum.
She is board certified in Internal Medicine and Obesity Medicine. She has lectured on the care of the post bariatric surgery patient in the Primary Care setting and serves on the American Board of Obesity Medicine as a question writer for the national board exam.
Dr Guy serves as Director of Diversity for Graduate Medical Education. She works with the Office of Graduate Medical Education, Housestaff, Faculty and Staff to increase diversity and inclusion for all residency programs at UCSF.
Education and Training
|Location||Degree or Training||Specialty||Date|
|American Board of Obesity Medicine||Diplomate||2015|
|Cambridge Health Alliance||Chief Residency||Harvard Medical School||2003|
|Cambridge Health Alliance||Residency||Harvard Medical School||2000|
|University of Missouri Columbia||M.D.||School of Medicine||2000|
Allyship, Chronic Disease Management, Diversity, Healthcare Workforce Diversity, Inclusion and Equity, Medical Education, Patient Centered Medical Home, Primary Care of the Post-Bariatric Surgery Patient, Quality Improvement, SBIRT, Weight Management and ObesityAwards and Honors
Exceptional Physician Award, UCSF Medical Center, 2015
Top Physicians 2015, Primary Care, Marin Magazine, 2015
Excellence In Clinical Care, Robert Crede Award, Division of Genenral Medicine, UCSF, 2007
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Recent Articles (2)
Wamsley MA, Steiger S, Julian KA, Gleason N, O'Sullivan PS, Guy M, Satterfield JM. Teaching residents screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment (SBIRT) skills for alcohol use: Using chart-stimulated recall to assess curricular impact. Subst Abus. 2016 Jul-Sep; 37(3):419-426.