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Gina Arnold, MD, is a family medicine doctor at UW Health and a clinical assistant professor at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health. She cares for children and adults of all ages, providing the full spectrum of primary care.
Dr. Arnold treats both acute and chronic conditions, including everything from diabetes, high blood pressure, gynecologic care, depression and anxiety, to common viruses and seasonal illnesses. She provides prenatal care, supporting patients through pregnancy, childbirth and beyond.
With a great desire to connect with people in their time of need, Dr. Arnold strives to make patients of all backgrounds feel safe and well-cared for during office visits. She believes the best care starts with listening to patients and having a two-way conversation.
Outside the clinic, Dr. Arnold enjoys exploring the outdoors with her husband and two dogs – running, hiking and biking. She also enjoys running races.
I love delivering babies and then taking care of those mothers and babies together after birth. And then, caring for those babies throughout childhood and into adulthood, and then their families – it’s very special. That continuity of care is the essence of family medicine.
Education & credentials
- University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, Madison, WI
- St. Joseph Family Medicine Residency Program, Denver, CO