Dr. Gravino is a Connecticut native and graduate of Smith College. She began medical school at the Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara in Mexico and completed it at New York Medical College. Dr. Gravino completed her residency in 2005 at the UConn/St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center where she served as chief resident in her final year. She was awarded the Rhea Barton STFM Resident Teacher Award upon graduation and the Sports Medicine award twice. After finishing residency, Dr. Gravino moved to sunny Sarasota, Florida where she practiced fulltime outpatient family medicine in a group practice and part time workers compensation and personal injury medicine. Due to a desire to be closer to family, Dr. Gravino and her husband returned to Connecticut in 2010 with their two young children. Dr. Gravino is now practicing at AHFM where she cares for her own patients and precepts residents. She is also a clinical instructor in the Department of Family Medicine at the UConn School of Medicine where she teaches first year medical students the year-long Princples of Clinical Medicine course. Dr. Gravino is a member of both the AAFP and the AWMA. She serves on the Board of Directors for the Connecticut Academy of Family Medicine and on the West Hartford Health Advisory Committee as a representative for her children’s elementary school. In her spare time, Dr. Gravino enjoys spending time with family and friends, gardening, and is a student of Muay Thai Kickboxing and Kung Fu.