Jacqueline Redmer, MD, MPH, was born and raised in Wisconsin. After graduating from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1995 with a degree in botany and zoology she served as a public health Peace Corps Volunteer in Kazakhstan. She returned from the Peace Corps with renewed interest in social justice and community health and completed her medical and public health degrees through the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health prior to joining the UW Department of Family Medicine Residency Program.
During medical school and residency she spent time working in underserved communities in the United States and abroad including rural Guatemala, Lesotho and the Menominee reservation in Wisconsin. After residency she completed the two-year UW fellowship in academic integrative medicine. She is currently practicing integrative primary care with the Northlakes Community Clinic in Iron River, WI. Her interests in integrative medicine include nutrition and supplements and she has completed her Level I Training through the Academy for Guided Imagery. Her academic work has focused on diabetes management and integrative medicine. She enjoys outdoor recreation including running, biking, canoeing, camping and skiing, as well as spending time with her husband and twin girls Eliza and Hazel.