Ann A. Cordum, MD was raised in Canada. She entered the University of Oklahoma and earned a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology, graduating with honors. She earned her medical degree from the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine.
She completed her internship and residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Minnesota in 1993. She was appointed chief resident and spent an additional year of training and teaching at St. Paul Ramsey Hospital in St. Paul, MN.
She entered practice, initially at St. Luke’s Hospital of Kansas City, later relocating to St. Luke’s Internal Medicine in Boise, ID where she practiced from 1996-2006. She then served as Medical Director at the Garden City Community Clinic, a charity care clinic, from 2007-2009. Since 2009, she has served in various hospital positions, gaining valuable hospital and intensive care experience until she opened her independent practice in early 2015.
She has over twenty years of hospital and office experience in the care of complex medical patients. She has maintained board certification, having recertified in 2013. She enjoys completing over fifty hours of continuing medical education per year.
She considers her grandfather, who was the town doctor in Fergus, Ontario, Canada, to be her greatest inspiration.
Her areas of interest include geriatric care, aging , medical ethics, hospital safety, disease prevention, wellness, end of life care, nutrition, optimization of mental health, and suicide prevention. She believes it is an honor and a privilege to help people in times of medical need and is passionate about the practice of medicine. She loves business and has an entrepreneurial spirit.
Ann enjoys spending time with her three children: Russell, Samantha, and Jesse. Her passions are fitness, hiking, travel, food, wine, and spending time with family and friends.