Assoc Professor (CHS)
Dr. Paul Hunter joined the faculty of the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health as an Assistant Professor on August 1, 2009. He teaches residents, medical students and pre-meds Milwaukee. As a Scientist at the Center for Urban Population Health in Milwaukee, his research involves increasing consumption of fruit and vegetables among people using Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (formerly Food Stamps). As Associate Medical Director for the City of Milwaukee Health Department, he provides medical consultation for the public health nursing staff regarding immunizations, sexually transmitted diseases, and tuberculosis. He continues to care for older adults one day a week as a Family Physician with Community Care and hospitalizes patients at Aurora Sinai and St. Luke’s.
In 17 years of medical practice, Dr Hunter has worked with underserved patients at Community Health Centers in Milwaukee and Rockford, volunteered at free clinics, and worked for a large group practice in a small clinic in South Milwaukee. Dr Hunter also taught a family practice residency . He completed medical school in Madison and family practice residency in Eau Claire.
He is married to a general internist who does home visits. They have 3 children. Dr. Hunter enjoys watching birds and coordinates birding events at Lake Park in Milwaukee.
- Lines G, Hunter P, Bleything S. Improving Treatment Completion Rates for Latent Tuberculosis Infection: A Review of Two Treatment Regimens at a Community Health Cente. Journal of health care for the poor and underserved. 26548690