Anna Chacon MD PA
Anna Chacon, MD
Dr. Anna Chacon is a board-certified physician renowned for her passion in providing home-based medical solutions to her patients. Raised in Miami, Florida, Dr. Chacon has lived in various regions across the globe, including Chicago, Los Angeles, Providence, Arctic Alaska, Cairo, Haifa, and Buenos Aires. This diverse geographical experience has enriched her medical practice with multi-cultural insights and understanding.
Inspired by her father, Dr. Chacon, a pioneer in critical care and founder of the largest private intensive care unit in South Florida, Dr. Anna Chacon was captivated by the medical profession from a young age. Her father's compassionate care for patients during natural disasters and times of need deeply influenced her decision to pursue a career in medicine.
As an independent solo and private practitioner, Dr. Chacon has carved a distinct niche for herself. She is the primary dermatologist for several indigenous tribes, including the Arctic Slope Native Association, Lake County tribal health consortium, and the Seminole Tribe of Florida. Her dedication to providing medical care to remote areas is evident in her service as the only specialist working in the Alaskan Bush, a region isolated from road networks, waterways, and the state’s ferry system. She travels to these remote areas via bush planes to provide medical care to the patients in the most rural parts of the country.
In addition to her in-person practices in Florida, Alaska, and California, Dr. Chacon is also an accomplished telemedicine physician. She is one of the few doctors in the country with medical licenses in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Guam, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
In her commitment to holistic healthcare, Dr. Chacon has founded and led a non-profit organization called Indigenous Dermatology. This organization focuses on the health of the skin, hair, and nails in rural, remote, and tribal communities, further testament to Dr. Chacon's dedication to providing comprehensive medical care to underserved populations.