Camille Garrison, MD

Program Director

Assistant Professor

Associate Director
of Maternity Care,

Medical School: Medical College of Wisconsin

Residency: Columbia St. Mary’s Family Medicine Residency

Fellowship: Maternal Child Health Fellowship, Oak Park, Illinois

Special Interests: Obstetrics, Women’s Health, Adolescent Medicine

Testament: As a Wisconsin native, I am ready and willing to invest in Wisconsin’s health in the best way possible – by being a primary care physician.

I believe that by being a primary care physician, I can make the greatest impact by being able to help people who often have various needs. I value working in an area very close to the community in which I grew up.

As a graduate of the Columbia St. Mary’s Family Medicine Residency, I am well equipped to perform the full scope of medicine and to help prevent and treat disease from birth to the end of life.

Camille Garrison, MD  Assistant Professor,
Associate Director of Maternity Care,
Program Director

James Sanders, MD  Professor,
Medical Director
Director of Global Health Track

Rebecca Bernstein, MD  Part-Time Faculty,
Director of Community Medicine Track

Seth Bodden, MD  Assistant Professor

Dennis J. Butler, PhD  Professor,
Director of Behavioral Medicine

Larry Duenk, MD  Associate Clinical Professor
Part-Time Faculty
Director of Urgent Care Track

Seth Foldy, MD  Professor,Part-Time Faculty

Sabrina Hofmeister, DO  Assistant Professor
Associate Program Director

Dave Johnson, MD  Assistant Professor
Clinical Faculty

Karen Kersting, PhD  Assistant Professor
Intergrated Behavioral Health Specialist

Paul Koch, MD  Assistant Professor,
Director of Maternity Care

Rebecca Lundh, MD  Assistant Professor
Part-Time Faculty

Betsy Manor, MD  Assistant Professor,

Brooke Passolt, MD  Assistant Professor

Michael Plotkin, DO  Associate Professor,
Medical Director of Osteopathic Internship

John J. Seidl, MD  Assistant Professor
Clinical Faculty

Jeremy Waldhart, DO  Assistant Professor

Craig Young, MD  Professor
Orthopaedic Surgery and Community and Family Medicine