Andrea Chisholm, MD


  • Board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Clinical Advisory Board Chair Gia Allemand Foundation 
  • previous experience as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Tufts University School of Medicine
  • previous experience as a Clinical Instructor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Harvard Medical School



Dr. Andrea Chisholm has been in clinical practice for almost 20 years providing obstetrical and gynecological care to a very diverse group of women. Until very recently her practice has been in the Boston area where she regularly worked with medical students about women's sexual and reproductive health and how to approach these often challenging conversations. 

Recently Dr. Chisholm relocated to Cody, Wyoming. Feeling frustrated by the burnout and negativity in healthcare she really wanted to connect back to real patient and community centered "old fashioned" healthcare and she found the perfect place with Cody Regional Health. 


Dr. Chisholm graduated from Hunter College-CUNY with a major in English (1991) and Boston University School of Medicine in (1995). She completed her OB/GYN residency at St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital in New York (1999). She has currently relocated her clinical practice to Cody, Wyoming from Cambridge, Massachusetts where she taught students from Harvard and Tufts University medical schools.

A Word From Andrea Chisholm, MD

Understanding your body is a crucial part of maintaining your overall health and wellness.

Your menstrual cycle is an important part of your reproductive health. Learning about how it works, what is normal and what is a problem will help you understand these monthly changes in your body.

I hope to provide relevant and interesting content to inform,  answer questions and help you to live very well.

Content is meant to be for educational purposes only. My intent is to provide information to help you understand your menstrual cycle and the many conditions and disorders associated with it. It should not be used to replace direct medical attention and advice from your healthcare provider.

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