St. Joseph’s adds primary care physician

Physician Anthony Ciricillo has joined St. Joseph’s Physicians Primary Care in Fayetteville, part of St. Joseph’s Health. In his new role, Ciricillo will provide patients with comprehensive care in collaboration with an integrated team of experienced primary care professionals to ensure quality care and the attainment of the patient’s personal health goals. In addition, he will serve as a faculty member for St. Joseph’s Family Medicine Residency Clinic.

Ciricillo brings to his new role four years of family medicine experience in New Jersey and Iowa. Most recently, he practiced full spectrum family medicine in a 25-bed critical access hospital in Carroll, Iowa, and was the medical director for a local rural health clinic in nearby Wall Lake, also in Iowa.

“I’m very excited to become a part of the family medicine team in Fayetteville,” said Ciricillo. “I am looking forward to developing strong relationships with our patients and partnering with them to create an individualized plan that makes their future health vision a reality.”

Ciricillo earned a Doctor of Medicine from West Virginia University School of Medicine in Charleston, West Virginia. He received a Bachelor of Arts in biology from Rutgers University in Newark, New Jersey.

He is also interested in global health and has volunteered in mission trips to Haiti, Peru, Ghana and Uganda.