Chantelle Chen, MD
Dr. Chantelle Chen is a Board-Certified Family Physician who grew up in the greater Toronto area in Canada. She completed her medical school training at The Medical University of the Americas. Her internship year of medicine was completed at Sinai Grace – DMC Wayne State in Detroit, MI; followed by residency training in Tucson at The University of Arizona South Campus Family Medicine Residency Program. Furthermore, Dr. Chen has received additional training in integrative medicine, auricular acupuncture and coaching for healthcare peers.
Dr. Chen has held various leadership positions including: interim medical director, COVID-19 outpatient clinic site lead and as a former associate program director of the University of Arizona Family Medicine residency program. She has been providing compassionate care to individuals and families in Tucson and its surrounding areas since 2014.
As a dedicated family medicine doctor, Dr. Chen firmly believes that through social connectedness, improved health outcomes and a higher quality of life can be achieved. She possesses a diverse range of expertise in preventative care, gynecological care, gender-affirming care, pediatric & adolescent medicine and the adept management of chronic conditions such as hypertension, diabetes, asthma, anxiety, depression, obesity, COPD, liver and kidney disease. In addition to providing compassionate care for individuals of all ages, she provides services such as minor dermatologic and gynecologic office procedures. As an ACP and MDVIP affiliated primary care practitioner, Dr. Chen is passionately committed to delivering individualized, comprehensive care that encompasses not only the physical but also the social and mental well-being of her patients.
Dr. Chen's Jamaican-Chinese heritage has cultivated her passion for travel and adventure. During her spare time, she enjoys baking, gardening, snorkeling and traveling to new places to learn about various cultures and cuisines.