Jamie Kling, DO, is a family medicine doctor at UW Health and a clinical associate professor at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health. He offers comprehensive care and treatment for patients of all ages.
As a family medicine doctor, Dr. Kling provides a range of care for infants, adolescents, adults and geriatric patients. In addition to treating a variety of common health concerns, he also specializes in general and osteopathic medicine and women’s health. Dr. Kling strives to be an advocate for all of his patients.
As a lifelong doctor, Dr. Kling believes every interaction with his patients is a reward and is honored to be invited into their lives to care for them. He understands that people know their bodies best, and always takes time to listen to their concerns. Through open communication and shared decision-making, he encourages every patient to learn a little more about themselves before they leave his office.
Outside of work, Dr. Kling enjoys reading, golfing, laughing and cheering on the Minnesota Vikings with the occasional support of his friends and family.
“My philosophy is to meet patients where they are and to make sure they walk out of my office with a clear understanding of where we’re going together.”