Dr. Beth Wiedel has been providing healthcare to women in Madison since 2002 and is a founding partner of Madison Women’s Health. She shares the vision of all the partners of being a strong healthcare advocate for her patients, emphasizing compassion and communication throughout her practice.
“I love that I can provide continuity of care to my patients. Getting to see my patients through various stages of their life is a privilege. The care provided by my partners and colleagues at Madison Women’s Health really looks at the ‘whole health’ of the patient.”
A Board Certified Fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Dr. Wiedel specializes in high and low risk obstetrics, minimally invasive surgical techniques, pelvic floor disorders, adolescent gynecology, preconception counseling and contraception.
Growing up in Chicago, she earned her Doctorate of Medicine from the University of Wisconsin. While in medical school, Dr. Wiedel was inducted into Alpha Omega Alpha, the national honor society for medical students, and was elected by her classmates to receive the Charles Russell Bardeen, M.D. Founding Dean Memorial Award for exemplifying dedication, honor, kindness, scholarship and clinical judgment in keeping with the best attributes of a physician.
“My goal for all of my patients is to give them personalized care. It is important for me to listen to my patient and provide care that meets their individual needs.”
Dr. Wiedel lives in Madison with her family and enjoys spending time outdoors, especially kayaking, hiking, and snowshoeing. She is the lead organizer of Madison Women’s Health collaboration with Weave of Hope, an initiative based in a small Kaqchikel Mayan women’s cooperative in Guatemala.
“When we first established Weave of Hope, it was to be able to help economically disadvantaged women – and simultaneously support them as they continue their traditions and their craft. The life-long relationships that we have formed with the women is rewarding.”