Giving back by teaching future OB/GYNs and fertility doctors
Dr. Carrie Bedient is no stranger to education. She graduated from the University of Arizona College of Medicine before completing her residency at Case Western Reserve University and her fellowship at Emory University. She knows that patients benefit from a fertility doctor and OB/GYN with a solid education.
Our Las Vegas fertility doctor has been teaching in Las Vegas for years. With several new appointments, Dr. Bedient now teaches at all MD programs in the city.
A look at Dr. Bedient’s teaching background
As an educator, Dr. Bedient has many roles and responsibilities. She works with residents on rotation, develops curriculum, lectures and supervises journal clubs. Her goal is to improve the availability of fertility doctors and OB/GYNs with excellent training.
Here’s a look at Dr. Bedient’s impressive resume as a professor in Las Vegas.
- Clinical assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Nevada School of Medicine
- OB/GYN residency faculty at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas
- Adjunct faculty member at the Las Vegas Minimally Invasive Surgery and Women’s Pelvic Health Center
- Director of reproductive endocrinology and infertility at the Mountainview Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency Program
According to Dr. Bedient, “I am honored to teach at every MD program in Las Vegas. Working as a fertility doctor is incredibly rewarding, but I am also passionate about teaching tomorrow’s doctors. By doing so, I can reach even more OB/GYN and fertility patients by training the professionals who will care for them.”
More about Dr. Bedient
Our Las Vegas fertility doctor is the only female board certified reproductive endocrinologist in Southern Nevada. She is dual board certified in both obstetrics and gynecology as well as reproductive endocrinology and infertility. She also sought out advanced training in laparoscopic and minimally invasive robotic surgery.
Dr. Bedient is famous for providing exceptional fertility care and offering unmatched compassion for women and men facing infertility. “I’m more than a fertility doctor. I’m an advocate, a shoulder to cry on and someone to celebrate with,” she explains.