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Margaret Izabella Chustecki, MD, MBA

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Margaret Izabella Chustecki, MD, MBA


Margaret I. Chustecki is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at Yale School of Medicine. Born in Warsaw, Poland, and educated at Warsaw Medical School, she completed her internship and residency at Newton-Wellesley Hospital and New England Medical Center. While working at an outpatient office and hospitalist service, she joined the Yale faculty in the Section of General Internal Medicine.

In addition to practicing general internal medicine, Dr. Chustecki's work has included educational activities and broad clinical research on a wide range of topics. Dr. Chustecki founded Internal Medicine of Greater New Haven in 2003. She completed Yale School of Management’s MBA program in 2009. This aided her in creating and leading a medical group and in organizing a medical management team to improve efficiency, performance and communication with patients and the public. She implemented a quality program that achieved NCQA accreditation in eligible markets, and also supported a quality infrastructure for additional programs, such as Meaningful Use and PQRS. In addition, she maintains a clinical practice within the group, resulting in a “hands on” experience with changes being made to the operations. She coordinates medical management to support medical education, using data to improve outcomes, manage costs and improve the quality of healthcare.

Her role in student education has focused on teaching in the ambulatory care setting and supervising residents at Yale New Haven Hospital while working as an attending physician.

Education & Training

  • MBA
    Yale School of Management (2009)
  • MD
    Medical School (1988)