Dr. Curry-Winchell obtained her medical degree at Ross University and completed her residency at the University of Nevada Reno Family Medicine, graduating in 2015. Board-certified, she is currently both a practicing physician, Regional Clinical Director, and interim co-director for DEIB for Carbon Health and Medical Director for Saint Mary’s Medical Group in Reno, NV. She is also the Medical Director for the Washoe County Sexual Assault Response Team and volunteers as an Assistant Medical Examiner for Washoe County Child Protective Services.
Before becoming a physician, Dr. Curry-Winchell received a master’s degree in physician assistant studies from Marietta, Ohio.
In addition to her clinical work, Dr. Curry-Winchell is a member of the Nevada Academy of Family Physicians, American Academy of Family Physicians, and a board member and PR chair for the Washoe County Medical Society, Nevada State Medical Association, Centene Silver Summit, PBS, and University of Nevada Alumni.
She has a passion and dedication to caring for and improving her community and highlighting health care disparities. She has participated and organized webinars, rallies, and public service announcements to engage and advocate for community involvement. She received NV’s Young Physician Award and Boundary Breaker by the American Academy of Family Physicians in 2021 and in 2020 the PBS Reno Spotlight Extraordinary Neighbor award. Dr. Curry-Winchell is an active member of the Young Professionals Network, being awarded one of 2018’s Top 20 under 40 Brightest Leaders in Reno-Tahoe. She was named Sierra Nevada Top 20 Most Powerful Women in 2019. She participated in USA Today’s One Nation Health Care Panel in 2016 and participated in local and national television appearances and writes for several publications. Dr. Curry-Winchell was recently invited to join the Governor’s Medical Advisory Board while serving on the Mayor’s COVID task force committee. She and her husband enjoy life in Reno-Tahoe with their two young girls.