Anne first attended UCLA where she received a bachelor degree in psychology and business. Being interested in healtcare and working with people, she went on to receive an additional bachelor degree in the health field at St. Louis University and completed board certification as a physician assistant. She chose to become a physician assistant because she enjoyed educating patients and wanted to help provide thorough health care.

In addition to working in primary care, she has worked at UCLA in the hospital setting helping diabetic and hyperglycemic patients with their blood sugar control.

Anne is currently working in endocrinology and specializes in diabetic treatment and education.

In her spare time, Anne likes to jog, travel, spend time with her family and friends, and would like to become a better cook.

PA Program/ MS in PA
  • St. Louis University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO
  • English


Providence Family Medical Center Redondo Beach
520 N. Prospect Avenue
Suite 103
Redondo Beach, CA 90277
(310) 376-8816
(310) 374-2806


  • PMI - Physician Assistant


Insurances Accepted
  • Aetna HMO Plan
  • Aetna PPO/POS/EPO
  • Aetna Senior HMO Plan
  • Anthem Blue Cross Calif. Care HMO
  • Anthem Blue Cross Senior Plan HMO
  • Blue Shield 65 Plus Senior Plan HMO
  • Blue Shield HMO Plan
  • Blue Shield PPO/POS/EPO
  • Care 1st HMO Blue Cross
  • Cigna HMO Plan
  • Covered CA Anthem BC HMO
  • Covered CA Anthem BC PPO/EPO
  • Covered CA Blue Shield HMO
  • Covered CA Blue Shield PPO/EPO
  • Covered CA Health Net PPO
  • Covered CA LA Care HMO
  • Health Net HMO
  • Health Net PPO/EPO/POS
  • Health Net Seniority Plus HMO
  • Humana HMO
  • Medicare
  • Molina Medicare Advantage (HMO)
  • Providence Medical Associates
  • Scan Senior Health Plan HMO
  • Secure Horizons Senior/UHC HMO
  • Three Rivers Provider Network PPO
  • TriCare/TriWest PPO
  • United Healthcare HMO Plan
  • United Healthcare PPO/POS/EPO
Insurance Medical Groups
  • Axminister Medical Group/IPA
  • HealthCare Partners Medical Group

Medical Groups

Affiliated Medical Groups
  • Providence Medical Associates


Patient Ratings and Comments
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4.8 out of 5 (54 Ratings, 16 Comments)


Very good provider.

Axminster Providence is a great medical group.

Always excellent!

Easy to contact dr. via email.

As always, everything went well, even climbing the stairs due to the construction.

Warm, sincere, caring, knowledgeable, concerned - all of the medical team are wonderful.

Anne is always pleasant and listens to any concerns I might have.

Providence providers always provide exceptional service; I'm fortunate to use their services

Dr. [...] & Anne T are both excellent, great satisfying experiences.

She is professional, caring, listens and is supportive in an intelligent, gentle and kind manner. Even if I am having difficulties, she is supportive for my best health.

Anne always help with his insulin level. Maintain a healthy diet.

Having recently transferred from another care provider to two new doctors at Providence I am blown away by the care and nurturing offered by the doctors, assistants and staff members. This is the first time I feel I am being listened to and that I am getting answers and not just shut in a cold room waiting for someone to come in and take 5 minutes with me and then leave. The wait time is extraordinarily short and the medical assistants are sweet and kind and patient. Not only that but when you call Providence you get a real person on the phone quickly. I don't have to listen to your hours, your location, your fax number, the locations that have recently closed, the address of your new location, if I am a medical provider what extension to dial, if I am a patient what extension to dial, and then, FINALLY, wait for someone to pick up the phone only to hear that my call can't be taken right now and leave my name and number and someone will call me. When? who knows. Maybe not for a day or two or more. Sorry to vent, but Providence is heads and shoulders about all the places I have been going!!!

I sent a message through My Chart online, but nobody ever responded and I had to call in 2 additional times to get someone to read the message. I still have not received a resolution and will be calling for a 3rd time today. The doctor sent a prescription for test strips and lancets, but used one my insurance did not cover. I requested the exact one my insurance does cover, and i have not received confirmation that my new prescriptions were sent into the pharmacy. I am almost out of test strips and on new fast-acting insulin. This is not acceptable.

She always shows great concern.

Ann is very good and listens

very good.