- Year began practicing:
- Aetna Better Health - Medicaid
- Aetna Medicare Advantage
- ASR PPO
- Blue Care Network
- Blue Care Network Medicare Advantage HMO
- Blue Cross Blue Shield Traditional
- Blue Cross Blue Shield Trust PPO
- ConnectCare - MidMichigan Health
- ConnectCare - Northwood University
- ConnectCare - SC Johnson
- HAP Medicare Advantage HMO
- HAP Medicare Advantage PPO
- Humana Medicare Advantage HMO/PPO
- McLaren Health Plan - Medicaid
- Meridian Health Plan - Medicaid
- Molina - Medicaid
- MultiPlan (PHCS)
- US Health and Life
Education & Training
- Voronezh State Medical Academy, Voronezh, Russia, DOCTOR OF MEDICINE
- Henry Ford Health System, Detroit, MI, INTERNAL MEDICINE
- University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, ENDOCRINOLOGY, DIABETES AND METABOLISM
MidMichigan Physicians Group
- American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists
"I like to get to know my patients really well and establish an ongoing relationship with them over the years."
Olesya Krivospitskaya, M.D. is an endocrinologist with MidMichigan Physicians Group. She sees patients at MidMichigan Medical Center - Mt. Pleasant.
“I chose endocrinology because diabetes is a significant problem in the community, largely due to the growing rate of obesity,” she said. “It takes a multi-disciplinary team of experts to help patients manage endocrine-based disorders, and I’m proud to be part of that team. My goal is to help patients manage their disease by supporting them and educating them.”
Philosophy of Care
“I like to get to know my patients really well and establish an ongoing relationship with them over the years. I hope that they can trust me and will find me very approachable. I want them to know they can get in touch with me anytime.”
Dr. Krivospitskaya enjoys outdoor activities, such as hiking, and is also musically inclined. She had seven years of formal music education and enjoys singing and playing the piano. She is married and has a young child.
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