Providing comprehensive primary care to all ages…
Dr. Cilenti is board certified in both internal medicine and pediatrics and believes that a strong relationship between patients and their primary care physician is essential to good health. She approaches each patient’s health as a collaborative partnership—including providing well care to healthy babies and children as they grow and develop, helping parents navigate caring for children with special healthcare needs, partnering with adult patients to manage chronic conditions like diabetes and hypertension, and personalizing preventive care for adults on immune-suppressing medications.
After growing up in Indiana, Dr. Cilenti received her medical degree and completed her residency at Indiana University School of Medicine and completed her Master of Public Health from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. She previously worked at Unity Healthcare and subsequently served as a physician at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital for over five years.
Dr. Cilenti has a particular interest in providing preventative care for healthy babies, adult patients with chronic conditions, caring for children with developmental and behavioral concerns and the improvement of healthcare quality, patient safety and medical education.
Awards & Recognitions:
Washingtonian Top Doc 2020-2022
Educational Background & Training:
Residency at Indiana University School of Medicine
Doctor of Medicine from Indiana University School of Medicine
Board certified in both Internal Medicine and Pediatrics
Master of Public Health from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Our practice is growing! We are looking for physicians with a passion for personalized care to join NVFP. Click below to learn more about our physician opportunities.
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