Estrelita Dixon, MD

Associate Professor of Clinical

Division Chief

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Estrelita Dixon, MD

Estrelita Dixon MD received her bachelors degree in Chemistry from Case Western Reserve University. She attended the Howard University College of Medicine for her medical degree where she was inducted in the AOA Honor Medical Society and completed her Internal Medicine residency training at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center. Dr. Dixon is an Internal Medicine physician for UC Health in Cincinnati, where she serves as a primary care provider for adults; adolescents through geriatrics. Dr. Dixon has a strong interest in general preventative care for all patients, diabetes and patient centered care. As a primary care physician, she believes that continuity, trust, and availability are her strongest qualities. She is also proud to be an active participant at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, where she serves as an Associate Professor of Internal Medicine, teaching residents and students clinical bedside medicine. Dr. Dixon has received an award for her excellence in teaching. Dr. Dixons clinical practice is at UC Health Primary Care at the Hoxworth Center for which she serves as Medical Director. This location is a Level III Patient Centered Medical Home site. The practice is currently accepting new patients.




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Internal Medicine


Bachelor's Degree

Case Western Reserve University


Medical Degree

Howard University College of Medicine



University of Cincinnati Hospital



University of Cincinnati Hospital


Board Certifications

American Board of Internal Medicine



Internal Medicine