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Dr. Wendy Huempfner has been involved in Women’s Health and Integrative Medicine for 35 years. She is a fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology and a Diplomate of the Board Certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr. Wendy Huempfner began her career with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. As a nurse, she gained a valuable perspective on the needs of women. As a public health nurse, Wendy Huempfner implemented a Postpartum Preparation for Home Program for high risk mothers and babies in Green Bay, Wisconsin. She also worked as a public health school nurse in St. Paul Minnesota. In total, she worked as a Public Health Nurse for seven years before returning to school to become a physician.

In 1987, Wendy Huempfner left the nursing profession to further her career in medicine by enrolling in the University of Minnesota Medical School where they had the first Preventative Health Medical Curriculum in the United States. While attending medical school, she supervised a team at a long-term care facility that cared for elderly and handicap individuals. Since then, she has explored her two passions fully, Women’s Health and Integrative Medicine. She studied Ayurvedic Medicine at the Center for Higher Consciousness in Minneapolis, Minnesota and in Sri Lanka between her 2nd and 3rd year of medical school.

As part of the curriculum at the Medical School of the University of Minnesota, she completed study in the Program for Human Sexuality under Sharon Satterfield. She continues to use the valuable learnings from the program in her practice when helping women with female sexual issues including decreased libido, painful intercourse and sexually transmitted infections.

She started her Obstetrical Gynecologic Internship at the St. Paul Ramsey Hospital in St. Paul, Minnesota. She completed her OBGYN residency at the University of Arizona Medical Center. She has since been in private practice in Tucson providing an integrative gynecological medical center for women in Tucson. Her practice, Wendy Huempfner, MD - Women’s Health and Integrative Medical Center, focuses on healing the whole woman, the intellect, the form, and the spirit.  They are all related. Mind, Body, and Spirit are integrated at Women’s Health and Integrative Medical Center.


  • Board Certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology (November 1995 – November 2012 Current Diplomate – ABOG )

  • Fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology ( March 1997 – Current)

  • Licensed in the State of Arizona to Practice Medicine (June 1989 - Current)

  • Residency Program in Obstetrics and Gynecology at University of Arizona College of Medicine (July 1988 – June 30, 1991)

  • Residency Program in Obstetrics and Gynecology at St. Paul Ramsey Medical Center, St. Paul Minnesota (1987)

  • Doctorate of Medicine, University of Minnesota, Curriculum in Preventative Health (June 1987)

  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, Wisconsin, Curriculum in Public Health (1976)


Elective Study

While a medical student, Dr. Huempfner completed independent study courses at the Center for Higher Consciousness, (affiliate of the Himalayan Institute) in Minneapolis, MN in Ayurvedic Medicine incorporating meditation, yoga, nutrition, cleansing and holistic healing.


Awards & Honors

  • University Volunteer Internship Program through Georgetown University -  Medical team member for a United Nations border relief camp on the Thai Cambodian Border (4/28/87 – 6/28/1987)

  • Minnesota Medical Foundation Research Grant in the study of Pelvic Adhesions (2/1/1985)

  • National Institutes of Health Science Training Grant to study the prevention of Pelvic Adhesions (12/1984 – 2/1985)


Professional Associations

  • Fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology

  • Member of Arizona Medical Association

  • Member of Pima County Medical Society

  • Member of the Tucson Society of Women Physicians

  • North American Menopausal Society


Community Service

  • Tucson Regional Ballet volunteer services

  • Academy of Ballet volunteer services

  • Tucson Arizona Boys Chorus volunteer services

  • St. Michaels Episcopal School

  • Business and Professional Women’s Clubs - Lectures on Women’s Health

  • Youth Ministry Volunteer at St. Pius Unity Church

  • 2008 Escorted Tucson Boys Chorus – Young Men’s Ensemble Choir to Prague

  • 2010 Escorted the Tucson Boys Chorus - to Honolulu



  • ​Cycling, Running, Dance & Travel

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