Angela Stapleton-Mackenzie MD
American Board of Family Medicine
Dr. Stapleton-Mackenzie attended Kansas University Medical School in Kansas City, Kan. She received her bachelor’s degree in computer science from the William Jewell College in Liberty, Mo. She completed her residency in family practice at Trinity Family Medicine Center in Kansas City. Before joining The Polyclinic, she worked in several private practices throughout Missouri. Most recently, she served as Medical Director and Population Health Leader at Stanford Health Care in Los Gatos, Calif.
“My love of science, problem solving, and health promotion influenced me to become a physician.”
Dr. Stapleton-Mackenzie’s primary role is serving as The Polyclinic’s Chief of Primary Care and will see patients once a week at Madison Center or Northgate Plaza. She provides comprehensive care for all ages and has special interests in women’s health, nutrition, and dermatology.
Outside of work, she enjoys time with family doing water-related activities including snorkeling, diving, and skiing. She also enjoys traveling to unique destinations and learning about other cultures.
“I have a ‘holistic’ approach to health care and believe it is my privilege to have the opportunity to participate in my patient’s lives treating the whole person to promote health. My goal is to educate, empower, and create a partnership with each patient.”
- American Academy of Family Physicians
- American Association of Physician Leadership
- American College of Healthcare Executives
- National Association of Managed Care Physicians
- Stanford Population Health Workgroup Presentation - “Population Health Data Driven Performance Improvement” (2016)
- Certificate of Recognition Population Health Management - Implementation Team (2016)
- Stanford Medicine Clinical Effectiveness Leadership Training (2015)
- Primaris Learning Lab Presentations - “Navigating the World of EMR’s and Quality Care” (2012 - 2013)
- Chairperson, Department of Family Medicine Liberty Hospital (2006 – 2007)
- KUMC Outstanding Performance in Family Medicine Award (1997)