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4410 Regent St. Madison, WI 53705

Tel: 608-233-9746

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Jill Masana, MD

Dedicated to Women's Health

Dr. Masana is a specialist in Obstetrics and Gynecology who is devoted to providing expert care for women during all stages of their lives.

 

“One of the reasons I chose this specialty is that I can really establish a relationship with my patients,” she says “Applying science and medicine to caring for women from adolescence through child bearing and into their later years is so gratifying. I enjoy every aspect of my practice - seeing patients in the clinic, in the operating room, in labor and delivery. It’s a privilege.”

Comprehensive Care

Dr. Masana earned her medical degree from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, and completed her residency in obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics. Her UW-Madison undergraduate degree included participation in a study-abroad program in Spain, and she is fluent in conversational Spanish. 

 

“It’s great to talk with someone in her native language, and I use it with my patients who are Spanish-speaking. I’m glad I can offer them a helpful, extra way to connect and build rapport,” she says. 

 

At Associated Physicians, Dr. Masana provides compassionate and comprehensive health care for women, including checkups, prenatal care and delivery, and diagnosis and treatment of a variety of conditions.

Personalized Medicine

Dr. Masana lives in Madison and enjoys knitting, do-it-yourself projects, yoga and soccer. She joined Associated Physicians in 2015 and says the teamwork and community involvement is a great fit for her. 

 

“I had a unique opportunity as a resident to work with other groups in town, and I got to see the one-on-one relationship that the patients enjoy at Associated Physicians,” she says. “That, to me, was really important - that closeness and that bond between the providers and then also with the providers and patients, as well as, the way Associated Physicians engages in the Madison area community.”