Nancy Stoll, MD, a compassionate and engaging family medicine physician
and obesity medicine specialist, has more than 15 years of experience
at leading health care organizations. She holds board certifications from
both the American Board of Family Medicine and the American Board of Obesity
Medicine, and has an excellent reputation for delivering efficient, affordable
and high-quality care. Dr. Stoll is thrilled to be back in the Bay Area
after a successful physician career on the East Coast, and is comfortable
treating all ages––with a particular passion for pediatrics.
A mom of three, this native San Franciscan has a strong commitment to
socially responsible medicine, and is known for her volunteerism and community service.
Dr. Stoll graduated from Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island,
with a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology. Afterwards, she received
her Doctor of Medicine degree at the Brown University School of Medicine.
This was followed by a medical internship at Overlook Hospital in Summit,
New Jersey, and then residency at Overlook Family Practice Residency Program
in Summit. She later served as an attending physician at Overlook Hospital.
Next, Dr. Stoll was a physician at South Berwick Practice Center in South
Berwick, Maine, and then at Adult and Children’s Medicine of Dover
(New Hampshire). Her influence outside clinic and hospital walls has been
significant. This has included membership on diabetes services advisory
boards; serving on committees focused on the economic efficiency of healthcare
services; educational initiatives related to best practices in alternative
and complementary medicine; and as a former Board of Trustees member at
The Glide Foundation, Inc. Additionally, Dr. Stoll has received honors
for her work in patient care, community services and leadership. She is
a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians, the American Medical
Association, the Obesity Medicine Association and other organizations––and
has deep experience as a volunteer and educator for health programs focused
on community access and underserved populations.