Peter S. Dixon, MD, FACP
Dr. Dixon is a concierge internal medical physician with over 40 years experience in various medical settings.
Colleges and Universities Attended
Carleton College. BA in Geology. 1974.
Case Western Reserve University, Graduate courses. Fundamentals of Microbiology and
Case Western Reserve University, School of Medicine. Received MD. 1982.
Postgraduate Medical Training
Internship in General Surgery, University Hospitals, Case Western Reserve University.
Cleveland, OH. 1982-83.
Medical Internship and Residency, Brown University, Miriam Hospital, 1986-88.
Research/Visiting Resident, Kuakini Hospital, University of Hawaii. Oct.-Nov. 1987.
Chief Medical Resident, Brown University, Miriam Hospital. 1988-89.
Instructor in Internal Medicine, Brown University. 1989-91.
Fellowship in Hematology-Oncology (first two years), Brown University. 1989-91.
Fellowship in Hematology-Oncology, New England Medical Center, Boston. 1991-1992.
Bone Marrow Transplant Fellow, New England Medical Center, Tufts Univ.1992-1993.
Private Practice, Concierge Care Internal Medicine since 2007. Essex, CT.
Hematology/Oncology 1993-2008. Essex, CT.
Prive-Swiss, Medical Consultant, since 2015. Essex, CT
Emergency Department Physician, Miriam Hospital, part-time 1987-89.
Staff Physician, Emergency Medicine, Rowan Memorial Hospital. Salisbury, NC.
Founder and Director, University Suburban Urgent Care Center. Affiliated with University
Suburban Health Center and University Hospitals, Cleveland. 1984-86.
House Physician at Kent County Memorial Hospital, Warwick, RI. part-time 1987-1990.
Director of HIV Program, Rhode Island Adult Correctional Institute. 1989-91.
Society Memberships and Hospital Boards
Fellow of American College of Physicians.
Former member of American Society of Clinical Oncology.
Former investigator in the CALGB clinical research trials program.
Former member of Middlesex Hospital Hospice Committee.
Former member of Middlesex Hospital Physicians Advisory Committee.
Former member of the Medical Advisory Board of R.I. Project AIDS.
Board certified in Internal Medicine. 1992. No. 128572.
Board certified in Oncology. 1997. No. 128572.
Board eligible in Hematology.
Advisor to the Board of Directors of the Cunniff-Dixon Foundation since its inception in 2006
Founder and President of Brave Hearts, Kind Souls, Inc. A non-profit charity funding care for persons and families with advanced illness and financial difficulties.