Caitlin Regner grew up in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, but now calls Madison home after living here for more than a decade. She completed her medical education and residency at the University of Wisconsin. Consequently, she is well acquainted with the city’s programs and supports to help patients with social needs that impact health, which she has found to be critical in providing comprehensive primary care. Caitlin is a bilingual provider, fluent in Spanish, and sees patients at the Access Community Health Centers – Erdman Clinic. She treats a myriad of medical conditions but has special training in prenatal care, newborn care, pediatric care, ultrasonography, and management of substance use disorders. In addition to her clinical work, she is passionate about teaching and participates regularly in medical student and residency education. She also has several research interests including evaluation of teaching methods for residency education and assessing prenatal patient needs and resiliency. Outside of medicine, Caitlin enjoys time with her husband and four children, running, being outdoors, singing, and photography.