Jagpreet Sekhon, DO (she/her), calls Madison, WI home. She became a family doctor because she wants to help patients overcome suffering and navigate their care. Jagpreet is committed to creating spaces for her patients to feel safe and supported during difficult conversations about goals of care. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Biology and a certificate in Global Health from the University of Wisconsin – Madison. While in college, she interned for STREETS (Social Transformations to End the Exploitation and Trafficking of Sex) and she learned about health disparities while working as an intern with the Area Health Education Center Community Health Internship Program in Milwaukee, WI. Jagpreet attended the Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine. At her clinical rotation in Bayou La Batre, AL, she saw firsthand the necessity of providing culturally competent care that addresses the social determinants of health. Jagpreet’s interests include providing trauma informed care, improving access to care, community medicine, and providing mental healthcare to BIPOC communities. She is also interested in adolescent medicine, preventative care, and integrative health. In her free time, Jagpreet enjoys music, poetry, and curating cheese boards.