Anam Whyne, DO was born in Lahore, Pakistan and raised in Dallas, Texas. She studied neuroscience at Baylor University and then continued on to medical school in Fort Worth, Texas. She become involved in women’s reproductive health care and advocacy in medical school, which lead her to find a perfect match in The Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education’s National Family Medicine Residency in Washington, D.C.
She completed the George Washington Residency Fellowship in Health Policy during her second year of residency and spent time advocating for family medicine and teaching health centers on Capitol Hill. During residency, she also focused her training on family planning and abortion care. Dr. Whyne is board-certified by both the American Board of Family Medicine and American Osteopathic Board of Family Physicians. She practices osteopathic manipulation and precepts the resident OMT and continuity clinics at Parkside Health Center.
Dr. Whyne’s interests include reproductive health care, advocacy, adolescent medicine, traveling, baseball, basketball, and ice hockey.