105 S. Houghton Road, #101
Connie Clary is an “almost native” living on the eastside of Tucson since the age 5. Connie received her nursing degree from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Va. Returning to Tucson as an registered nurse, she worked as an intensive care/cardiac care nurse at El Dorado Hospital for nine years. She continued her graduate studies while still working as an RN, securing her nurse practitioner degree from the University of Arizona. She has been in practice, as an adult nurse practitioner for more than 14 years. She brings to Saguaro Physicians her vast experience in internal medicine, focusing on the adult and geriatric patient.
“My practice experience has provided me with the knowledge, compassion, and understanding of my patients’ lifestyle that affords me the opportunity to deliver the best quality care available through every phase of their life. I love being a nurse practitioner and my patients are the most important part of my practice. My integrated, holistic approach to health care provides individualized patient care with an emphasis on self-care and wellness. My goal is to incorporate personal concerns into the treatment plan and help to overcome barriers to achieving wellness."
Dr. Siddiqi obtained her medical degree from Ross University. She completed her residency in family medicine at University of Texas at Southwestern in Dallas. She was the recipient of the Resident of the Year award in her final year and was also awarded for her participation in diabetes research.
Dr. Siddiqi has a particular interest in geriatrics, women’s health and community medicine. She enjoys her role as a family physician in caring for the whole family. She has been involved with medicine from a young age, which has helped her to accommodate patients in the unique way situated to their individuality.
Dr. Siddiqi’s patients have called her trustworthy and a pleasure to work with. She believes that health maintenance and preventative care are the foundations of good medicine and wants to help patients to best care for themselves. She enjoys incorporating healthy lifestyle modifications to patient care.