CONTACT INFORMATIONBIOGRAPHYCREDENTIALSAWARDSREVIEWSShannon D. Pitts, M.D.Contact InformationPhone NumbersOffice: (585) 341-7141Fax: (585) 461-4426A member of the University of Rochester Medical Faculty GroupgroupAn Accountable Health PartnerassignmentNot Accepting New PatientsLocationsClinton Crossings Internal Medicine2400 South Clinton AvenueBuilding H, Suite 110Rochester, NY 14618-2667Faculty AppointmentsAssistant Professor of Clinical Medicine - Department of Medicine , Primary Care Physicians (SMD) Patient Care SettingPrimary CareBiographyDr. Pitts is a 2002 graduate of the University of Miami School of Medicine. After relocating to Rochester she completed her Internal Medicine residency at Strong Memorial Hospital. She has been practicing primary care as faculty at the University of Rochester since 2005. Dr. Pitts enjoys taking care of generations of families in her practice. She strives to create trusting and productive relationships with her patients, while addressing preventative health and medical disease. Dr. Pitts and her husband have two children – Maddie and Max.CredentialsEducation2002MD | University of Miami School of MedicinePost-doctoral Training & Residency07/01/2003 - 06/30/2005Residency in Internal Medicine at University of Rochester Medical Center07/01/2002 - 06/30/2003Internship in Internal Medicine at University of Rochester Medical CenterAwards2019Lawrence A. Kohn Teaching FellowLocation: University of Rochester2018Lawrence A. Kohn Teaching FellowLocation: University of Rochester2003 Milton S. Luria AwardSponsor: for clinical ability, enthusiasm, and attitude in the intern yrVIEW ALL expand_moreReviewsAt URMC, we believe that patients should be empowered to make the right decisions regarding their personal healthcare. To do so, transparency is critical. URMC partners with Press Ganey, to survey our patients about all aspects of their care experience. We are now putting this pertinent information at your fingertips by displaying star ratings for our providers along with anonymous patient comments on our website. This will help you make better-informed choices about how and with whom you seek care. Click here to learn more about the surveys used to generate this vital information.