Born in Novato, CA and was raised in Phoenix, AZ then Tucson, AZ
Dr. Gracie Wilcox is married to Dr. George Wilcox, a pathologist. They have three daughters, Alma, Lola and Nora, and a dog named Lucy. She and her family decided to re-locate to Monterey from Tucson in 2016 after years of visiting the area and falling in love with the ocean, the coast, the forest and the community here.
BA in Environmental Science from Barnard College, Columbia University (NYC, NY)
University of Arizona College of Medicine (Tucson, AZ)
Pediatric Internship and Residency:
University of Arizona, Department of Pediatrics
Master’s in Public Health, Maternal Child Health Concentration, University of Minnesota
After completing her pediatric residency, Dr. Wilcox worked part-time while her children were young, first at a private practice and then at community health center in Tucson, Arizona. She then decided to return to the University of Arizona to serve as part of the faculty in the Department of General Pediatrics where she worked until her family decided to move to Monterey in 2016. For her first position on the peninsula, Dr. Wilcox had the privilege of caring for the children of active duty military families at the Presidio Pediatric Clinic where she worked until she had the opportunity to join the wonderful team at MPPMG in 2018.
Just For Fun:
Dr. Wilcox loves good books, good films, running, yoga, eating yummy food, traveling and spending time with her husband and three daughters. The best whale watching trip she has ever taken was here in Monterey while visiting from Tucson for her birthday. She enjoys running in local races so if you see her at one come and say “hi!”