Andréa Fossati, M.D.

Andréa Fossati, M.D., is a physician leader and an affiliate of UVM’s Osher Center for Integrative Health. She is an instructor at the Larner College of Medicine and the UVM College of Nursing and Health Sciences. Dr. Fossati established UVM’s Integrative Medicine Consult service in 2014.

Dr. Fossati is Board-certified in Internal Medicine. Previously a Board-certified Cardiologist, she became interested in helping her patients make lifestyle changes to promote their optimal health and well-being, leading her to adjust her career path.

Dr. Fossati is a 2012 graduate of the Integrative Medicine Fellowship at the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine, founded by Dr. Andrew Weil. She has furthered her studies in herbal medicine with Dr. Tieraona Low Dog, trained in a variety of Mind-Body Medicine techniques, and is earning her certification with the Institute of Functional Medicine.

Dr. Fossati sees a wide variety of patients by referral at the Appletree Bay Primary Care faculty practice in Burlington. She works closely with each individual to better understand the root causes of their health issues, in order to offer treatment approaches that support their optimal health and wellness. Her areas of expertise include integrative nutrition and lifestyle counseling, stress management and resiliency training, and the safe and effective use of herbal medicines and natural supplements.

Dr. Fossati received her medical degree from Jefferson Medical College (Sidney Kimmel Medical College), completed her Internal Medicine residency at the University of Vermont (Larner College of Medicine); and completed her Fellowship in Cardiovascular Medicine and Interventional Cardiology at Hartford Hospital, at the University of Connecticut, in 2001.

She spent 10 years in Cardiovascular Medicine and established Porter Cardiology in Middlebury Vermont, prior to transitioning her career to Integrative and Functional Medicine.

Her personal wellness activities include healthy cooking, hiking, yoga, meditation, spiritual practice, travel, and quality time with family and friends.