Residency: David Geffen School Medicine - UCLA
I am very excited to return to my Jayhawk roots by joining the KU Women's Health Specialty Centers at the University of Kansas Medical Center. I was born in Kansas City, Kansas, and attended KU both for my undergraduate studies as well as for medical school.
I graduated summa cum laude from KU in 1998 with a B.S. in cellular biology. After working in the medical field as a nurses' assistant at Saint Luke's South Hospital, I returned to my studies and attended medical school from 2000-2004. I received my M.D. from KU in 2004, and subsequently moved to Los Angeles where I completed my residency in obstetrics and gynecology at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. Immediately upon finishing my residency training in June of 2008, I returned to Kansas City and to KU Medical Center.
Throughout medical school and residency, I was an active member of various professional societies and the recipient of multiple honors and awards, including an award of excellence in 2007 for the research I completed during my residency at UCLA.
I am passionate about my work and take pride in providing excellent patient care. My practice is broad, including obstetrical care and general gynecology. I have a special interest in family planning and contraception, as well as laparoscopic surgery and surgical correction of pelvic organ prolapse. I believe that excellent patient care begins with patient education, which lays the foundation for strong patient-physician relationships and sets the stage for the making of informed decisions about health and well-being.
Annie M. Reising, M.D., FACOG