Post Grad Trainee 2
Megan Bartz chose family medicine because it provides longitudinal care, fosters strong relationships with patients, and cares for all people. She grew up in Eau Claire, WI, and earned her undergraduate degree in biochemistry from the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse. While in La Crosse, Megan helped support and connect with families and patients while volunteering with hospice. She then went on to pursue her medical degree at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. As a medical student, she served as a leader in the Family Medicine Interest Group and helped organize a Wellness Day at Lakeview Elementary. She also collected warm clothing for Madison-area homeless shelters. She finds great joy in giving back to her community and listens to each patient with compassion as they share their story. She cares for her patients’ whole health and incorporates eating, exercise, better sleep, social health, spiritual health, and environmental health into a patient’s goals. In addition to her interests in whole health, she is also passionate about obstetric care and women’s health. Outside of medicine, Megan’s hobbies include cooking, dog agility, playing the harp, and reading.