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Access Endocrinology

Anita Sloan-Garcia MD is a board-certified endocrinologist & counselor who specializes in comprehensive endocrinology care within a concierge-type setting since 2018. She splits her time between Albuquerque & Los Angeles.  Visits are conducted by televisit or in-person depending on travel schedule.  


​ The fee for the initial 75 min consultation is $275.  To continue care, the fee is $1500 per year for unlimited endocrinology visits and 24/7 call coverage.  Individually priced follow-up visits are not offered.  She does not accept insurance.

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About Dr. Sloan...

Dr. Sloan is a graduate of the University of Chicago School of Medicine.  She completed an internship in family medicine at Chicago's Illinois Masonic Hospital before moving to Albuquerque.  At the University of New Mexico, she completed a residency in internal medicine followed by a fellowship in endocrinology, diabetes & metabolism.  She has lived in Albuquerque for over 20 years and Los Angeles for a year.  During her first decade of practice, Dr. Sloan began to realize that many patients had endured childhood and adult trauma as well as medical trauma.  These harmful experiences layer on top of one another, making it extremely difficult to develop a reliable self-care practice  essential to managing life-long endocrine conditions. Many endocrine problems appear in childhood and young adulthood when people are most vulnerable and often do not have access to the help they need.  Dr. Sloan attended the University of New Mexico's graduate counseling program, where she received education and training in the field of counseling. ​Dr. Sloan integrates counseling into the practice of medicine.  She encourages patients to assemble creative and comprehensive treatment teams that include therapists, group therapy, self-help support groups, psychologists and psychiatrists as well as primary care providers and medical specialists.  She also supports patients in incorporating non-Western healing methods, exercise, nutrition, meditation, mindfulness, body work, support groups and other wellness practices.

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