My patient care philosophy really
centers around making each person feel special and honoring them for the
individual person that they are. Women often come to their OB/GYN with
situations that are hard to talk about and I think it’s very important to make
every woman feel comfortable and meet them where they’re at and make sure that
they understand what’s going on in their body so that they can make an informed
decision about what the best option is for them. Dr. Lindsey Bridgewater, OB/GYN.
I grew up in Reno, Nevada and I’m very excited to be back to serve
my hometown but I left to pursue my medical career. I went to school at A.T.
Still University which is in Phoenix, Arizona. I was there for one year and
then I was in Portland, Oregon for three years and I did my residency training in
Albuquerque, New Mexico at the University of New Mexico. I have
always been a strong believer in life balance which in a career in medicine
can be difficult, but I have a robust life outside of work. My husband and I
like getting outdoors and doing lots of different outdoor activities: either
hiking in the summer, or cross-country skiing in the winter. I’m a cyclist and I
do yoga and I also really enjoy doing art whether it be painting or drawing.