Ob/Gyn Divisions 

The University of New Mexico’s Obstetrics & Gynecology divisions provide outstanding patient care and medical education. Our training programs develop well-rounded, successful subspecialists.  

Patients come to UNM the only academic medical center in New Mexico— from underserved and rural communities throughout the stateOur nationally-recognized Ob/Gyn clinicians, residents and fellows treat the most complex obstetric and gynecological cases in this diverse patient population.   

UNM providers and faculty maintain the highest clinical expertise in the full scope of Ob/Gyn services, including 


  • Alternative or complementary approaches to problems in pregnancy 
  • Personalized prenatal and postpartum care


  • Breast care 
  • Cervical dysplasia treatment 
  • Minimally invasive surgical options (including robotics) 
  • Pediatric and adolescent care 
  • Pelvic pain treatment 
  • Vulvar or vaginal care


The vision of the Division of Family Planning is to empower women and girls in the Southwest through optimal reproductive health.  

We train residents and fellows to help people maintain reproductive health and prevent unintended pregnancies through research, education, and expert clinical care.

As part of the University of New Mexico Comprehensive Cancer Center, clinicians and trainees in our Division of Gynecologic Oncology bring advanced treatments to women in New Mexico. 

Our clinicians and faculty providing residents and fellows with complex clinical care experiences and opportunities to conduct trailblazing research.

The experts in our Maternal-Fetal Medicine Division care for women and babies throughout complicated pregnancies and deliveries 

Our internationally recognized clinical and research clinicians train residents and fellows to become experts in complex pregnancy care. We operate the longest-running ABOG-accredited MFM fellowship program in the US.

Learn how our certified nurse-midwives at the University of New Mexico are an integral part of our integrated medical training program and facilitate exceptional birth outcomes.
Studying Urogynecology at the University of New Mexico means you’ll get exposure to diagnosing, treating and rehabilitating patients with pelvic floor disorders, as well as providing information on a full range of urogynecological issues.