Laura Coultrip, MD

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Women's Health (OBGYN)

Laura Coultrip

Contact Info

MD, George Washington School of Medicine, 1979

Residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Yale New Haven Hospital

Fellowship in Maternal-Fetal Medicine, George Washington University Medical Center, 1989

Summary

Dr Coultrip received her medical degree with honors from George Washington Medical school in 1979 in Washington D.C. Following completion of her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology in 1983 at Yale New Haven Hospital In New Haven, CT., she fulfilled her 4 year public health service commitment in Chicago, Illinois at Anchor HMO and Rush Presbyterian Medical Center. She completed her fellowship in Maternal Fetal medicine at George Washington University medical center in 1989. She joined Hennepin Faculty associates in 1990 in Minneapolis, MN which transitioned to Hennepin County Medical center in 2012 and later to Hennepin HealthCare.

Professional Associations

American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine Society of Maternal Fetal Medicine

Teaching

Academic Interests and Focus

I am very grateful for the opportunity to teach medical students, residents and fellows who rotate through Hennepin health care to learn to care for our very unique patient population. Teaching to me is more than imparting knowledge or instructing a student or resident how to do a procedure. I hope to encourage curiosity and inspire the joy of lifelong learning which is so very necessary in medicine.

Clinical

Board Certifications

Board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology Board certified in Maternal Fetal Medicine Adjunct faculty, University of Minnesota Medical School

Clinical Interests

While Dr. Coultrip has broad experience in general obstetrics, her focus is fetal ultrasound and complicated pregnancies. “I strive to improve the health of the mother and fetus by providing compassionate, evidence-based and patient-centered care. It is a privilege to practice in a center that serves such a culturally, ethnically and socially diverse population.”