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Jane Van Dis, MD



Obstetrics, Women's Health


All health care is local. The relationships we form with those who care for us and our family matter so much to our health. Whether the delivery of our baby, preparation for surgery, or a first pap smear – how we are treated in our healthcare encounters affects our trust and how we engage with the healthcare system. Having reliable, evidence-based information provided in a trustworthy manner – whether from our healthcare providers or from outside sources – keeps us informed and allows us to ask the questions that inform the understanding and important decisions about our and our loved one's health.

— Jane Van Dis, MD


Jane van Dis, MD, is board certified OB/GYN with nearly 20+ years of experience in obstetrics and gynecology. She is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Rochester in the Department of OB/GYN. She has been a Board Member of the Society of OB Hospitalists and is currently an Editor at the Journal of OB Hospitalist Medicine. She was a pioneer in digital health and telehealth and has been working in the field since 2012, most recently as Medical Director at MavenClinic. Dr. van Dis believes that healthcare should be a safe place for patients to seek care and for workers to provide care to that end, created Equity Quotient, a company that helps to measure equity and safety in healthcare.


Dr. van Dis is a graduate of Reed College with a BA in English. She attended medical school at the University of South Dakota. Dr. van Dis completed an internship at the University of Hawaii in OB/GYN and completed her residency in OBGYN at UCLA.

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