Our Providers

Our Team Takes a Whole Person Approach to Health & Wellness

mind-body-healthFounded in 2010, DeRosa Medical is a rapidly growing practice with offices located in Scottsdale, Chandler, and Glendale. Treating our growing numbers of patients effectively requires a large number of supporting staff members, including providers, clinical assistants, and an administrative team. 

DeRosa Medical often includes medical students, or physicians in training as part of our active staff. Seeing patients is a vital part of their learning experience, and we appreciate patients who are open to empowering and teaching the next generation.



Dr. DeRosa’s ability to see and treat individual patients is very limited, so provider training and patient education have become her top priorities. She is reaching and educating more women through her book “How Your Doctor is Slowly Killing You: A Woman’s Health Survival Guide”, special events like Hormonal Happy Hour™, and through teaching and training the next generation of healthcare providers.




Why did you choose to work in healthcare? I wanted to live my life in service to others. One of my greatest joys is being able to positively affect patient’s lives through preventive medicine.

Do you have a personal health philosophy? Patients must be the captain of their own ship, but I’m truly happy and honored to be their first mate. Ultimately, the decision for taking charge of their health lies with them. I’ll be there to help chart the course and guide them along the way.

Who is your hero? Actually, I have two – my parents. They taught me the importance of hard work, perseverance, and above all else, kindness. They have never stopped supporting or inspiring me.

What’s your favorite movie? Right now, I’m immersed in the Wonderful World of Disney. Movies like Frozen, Cinderella and The Little Mermaid are in constant rotation at my house. After a long day at work, it’s wonderful to unwind. I love to cuddle with my three-year-old daughter  – she becomes so engaged and imaginative as she watches. Through her, I can experience the magic of seeing the world through fresh eyes all over again. It inspires me to try to give my patients the same gift.

Mary sees patients in our Glendale and Scottsdale offices.


Why did you choose to work in healthcare? I have two older sisters who are nurses, so I got lots of inspiration and encouragement from them I love being able to help people and make a difference in their lives and their sense of wellbeing.

Do you have a specific career goal? Strive to always keep an open mind and never stop learning. Medicine is constantly changing and evolving, and it’s up to me to stay current on research and medical advances – patients’ lives and health depend on it!

Do you have a personal health philosophy? Balance is the key to feeling better and living better – we have to honor and tend to our mental, physical and emotional/spiritual wellbeing.

Do you have any words of wisdom that you live by? Treat others like you want to be treated – with respect, kindness, good humor and dignity.

Who is your hero? My mom. She is the most loving, caring and giving person I know. She’s the best role model I could ever ask for – thanks, Mom!

What’s your favorite movie? Sleepless in Seattle


Why did you choose healthcare as a career? I’ve always dreamed of helping people. It makes me feel great to know I’ve made a difference in someone’s life.

Do you have a specific healthcare goal? To continue to learn and grow every day.

What’s your personal philosophy about health? Health is a lifelong commitment. Make the effort to take care of yourself now and you’ll be healthier later in life.

What advice or words of wisdom have stayed with you? Always do the right thing and be the best person you can be.

Who is your hero? My mother. She taught me to be kind to everyone, and to always be myself.

Do you have any hobbies? I love biking, running and yoga and I also have a passion for decorating.

Jennifer sees patients at our Glendale office.




Why did you choose healthcare as a career? I truly enjoy helping people and believe my calling in life is to serve others. The Osteopathic philosophy emphasized the mind/body/spirit approach.

Do you have a specific healthcare goal? I have achieved my healthcare career goal by becoming a physician who concentrates on preventive health.

What’s your personal philosophy about health? Take care of yourself with regular exercise, healthy nutrition, controlling stress, and proper hormonal balance.

What advice or words of wisdom have stayed with you? The Desiderata. ‘Be the change you wish to see in the world’.

Who is your hero? My parents – who taught me to be a giver.

What’s your favorite movie? The Emperor of All Maladies [PBS] by Siddhartha Mukherjee M.D.

Do you have any hobbies? Exercise, Dressage, and Reading. Special causes I support: Animal Assisted Therapy: Volunteer at Phoenix Children’s Hospital.

Dr. McCormick sees patients at our Scottsdale office.



Why did you choose to work in healthcare? I enjoy working in an exciting, fast paced environment where I am always meeting new people. Helping others achieve healthcare goals and having an impact on patient’s lives is very rewarding.

Do you have a specific healthcare career goal?  To continue to learn and grow every day in the exciting world of healthcare.

Do you have a personal philosophy about health? Each individual is a unique being. Health is a unity of mind, body, and soul.

Did you receive any advice or words of wisdom that stick out in your mind? Work hard and follow your dreams. Learn from your mistakes. Treat others as you wish to be treated.

Who is your hero? My mother-She taught me to strive to be the best person I can be; to treat others with respect and never give up on my goals

What’s your favorite movie? I love movies from the 80s: some of my favorites include Back to the Future, Breakfast Club, and Ferris Bueller’s Day off.

Do you have a hobby or special cause you support? I am a previous NICU nurse and have always supported March of Dimes and premature births.  Since moving to AZ from the Midwest, my favorite hobbies have been hiking and watching my boys play hockey.


Why did you choose to work in healthcare? I honestly could not see myself doing anything else. Caring for other human beings is what I was meant to do in life. I am fortunate to have had the ability to fulfill my calling through my healthcare career, and advocate for my patients and their well-being. My goal is to help people feel their very best so they may live longer, more fulfilled lives.

Do you have a specific healthcare career goal?  My goal is to continue to grow and adapt to the ever-changing field of medicine by taking every opportunity to expand my knowledge.

Do you have a personal health philosophy? Exercise, nutrition and personal accountability are the foundation of good health. I believe that good physical health is attainable for everyone, and through education, motivation, and guidance patients will be more open to adopting a healthier lifestyle. It’s never too late to start a healthy diet or add physical activities to your daily routine. No matter where you are in your life or your current physical state, everyone can take steps, small or large, to improve their health and take personal accountability for their well-being. I love seeing patients transform their lives with healthy habits.

Who is your hero? My mother is my hero. She taught me at a very young age the importance of goals, motivation, and persistence. She always encouraged me and gave me the confidence to pursue my dreams. She told me that I could do anything, and without her I don’t know that I would be where I am today.

What are my favorite movies? Forrest Gump, Beetle Juice, Big Fish, Princess Bride, and Meet Joe Black.

Do I have any special hobbies? I enjoy working out, being outdoors, and photography is a hobby that I have spent the last 7 years of my life learning. So scoping out new photography sites with my daughter is how I enjoy spending time with my amazing daughter. I also support the March of Dimes

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