Anne Weilepp, MD
A Bay Area native, I was raised in Burlingame, California and attended Burlingame High School. As a child of two physicians, I was exposed to the medical setting at an early age. I received my BS in Biology at Stanford University in 1988 and went on to complete a Master’s Degree in Microbiology in 1989, also at Stanford University. I met my mentor in dermatology during a summer visit to New York City. I then spent the next two summers studying melanoma and skin pathology with him at New York University School of Medicine.
I decided to attend medical school in New York City in order to pursue further studies at the Rockefeller Institute. I completed my medical degree at Cornell University Medical College in 1993. After four long winters, I happily returned to San Francisco and completed my internship at University of California San Francisco Medical Center in 1994. I then matched in dermatology to the residency program at University of California in San Diego. During residency, I was able to publish several articles and co-authored a dermatology text in the areas of pediatric dermatology and infectious diseases. I completed residency training in 1997.
Upon graduating from residency, I decided to stay in the San Diego area and went into private practice. In this setting, I was able to hone my skills in Mohs surgery, cosmetic procedures and general dermatology for two years. After this experience in private practice, I was drawn to Kaiser Permanente by the possibility of freeing myself from the business-related and administrative tasks of private practice and the opportunity to concentrate more directly on actual patient care. I worked at San Diego Kaiser Permanente for four years and was a partner of the Southern California Permanente Group until 2002. I then moved home to the Bay Area and joined Kaiser Santa Rosa
I became board certified in the American Academy of Dermatology in October 1997. I am very pleased with my practice at Santa Rosa, which combines cosmetic dermatology, dermatologic surgery , general dermatology and occupational dermatology.
- Member of the American Board of Dermatology.
- Qualified Medical Examiner (QME), appointed by State of California, Division of Worker’s Compensation
- Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine, U.C. San Francisco School of Medicine- Dermatology
Hobbies and interests
Spending Time With Family, Cooking, Travel, Piano And Hiking.
I recently took up the piano after not having played for 25 years. I am enjoying the creative outlet this provides. I especially enjoy jazz and classical Spanish composers.
Cornell University School of Medicine, New York, NY
UC San Diego Medical Center, San Diego, CA
Dermatology, American Board of DermatologyLearn More