Marcie Ryan was born in Bangor, Maine and raised in Ghana and South Africa. She has been interested in medicine since the age of 12 and remains in awe of the human body to this day. Marcie moved to the United States after high school to pursue an education in medicine and graduated from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts, with a master’s in physician assistant studies. She spent her first six years of practice in a community health center outside of Boston where she practiced adult medicine with a special interest in treating refugees and homeless patients. Marcie moved to the East Bay in 2010 and has been practicing in a private family medicine clinic in Oakland since then. She loves primary care because of the potential to develop lasting relationships with patients and because of the variety of medical problems she encounters. Marcie is happily married with four young, active children and when she has free time she enjoys music, photography, triathlons and traveling.
Masters Degree: Physician Assistant
Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts