Corinne Self, MD, is a geriatric physician trained at the University of Arizona and at Stanford University. In 2020, Dr. Self thought of the concept of a mobile doctor’s as an answer to older adults who decide to age in place; at the time it was also the answer for many facing an overwhelmed and inefficient healthcare system.
Dr. Self is passionate about ensuring that all Tucson families have access to advanced care planning and appropriate geriatric treatments. She places high value on open communication and positive patient relationships.
Dr. Self enjoys being outside, gardening, and spending time with her three small children.
Blog articles by Dr. Self
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Harmony Hospice invites you to join The ElderHealth team in this panel discussion where they will address your questions and concerns on the topic of Communication and Neurocognitive Disorders.
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Talking to Kids About Dementia on Banner Health’s Dementia Untangled Podcast With Dr. Corinne Self & Melissa Koon
This week ElderHealth’s Dr. Corinne Self and Nurse Practitioner Melissa Koon were featured in Banner
Video: Story Time With ElderHealth, Reading Books About Dementia And Alzheimer’s Disease to Kids And Pre-Teens
In 2020, it was estimated that there are 6.2 million people in the United States
Recording date: September 15, 2021 Q- Are you caring for someone diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease