Austin obgyn, Cindy Mingea, M.D. is board certified in obstetrics and gynecology
Cindy Mingea is dedicated to providing a high standard of care for women, from adolescence through their senior years. She has been recognized by her peers in Texas Monthly Super Doctors list annually since 2005. She has also been named in The Best Doctors in America and chosen as a Best Doctor in Austin. Dr. Mingea is proud to know that her patients understand how much she cares about their healthcare and their lives.
Dr. Mingea is board certified in obstetrics and gynecology, and she pursues continuing education courses to keep her skills as up-to-date as possible. She has a special interest in high risk pregnancy and minimally invasive surgery with the DaVinci Robot.
A native of Birmingham, Alabama, Dr. Mingea graduated from Auburn University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy with highest honors. She began her medical training at the University of Alabama at Birmingham before transferring to Baylor College of Medicine in the Houston Medical Center where she received her medical degree. Her internship and residency training also took place at Baylor College of Medicine at the Houston Medical Center.
As a physician leader at St. David’s, Dr. Mingea has served in many positions:
- Past Quality Committee Chair
- Past Credentials Committee Chair
- Current and past, member of the Board of Directors
- Past Chief of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Department
- Chief of the Medical Staff
Dr. Mingea also enjoys serving as a mentor in the Neil Kocurek Scholarship Program.
Before joining Wildflower Ob/Gyn as a partner, Dr. Mingea was in private practice in Austin since 1989.
Happily married with three dogs at home, Dr. Mingea also has two young adult daughters who are native Texans and who also live in Austin. In her free time, she is a devoted Auburn Tigers and New Orleans Saints fan and enjoys football season, especially watching SEC teams. Besides football season, Dr. Mingea’s other favorite time of year is Mardi Gras in New Orleans. She belongs to a Mardi Gras Krewe that creates new costumes and participates in parades each year.
”I have practiced women's health care for several years and I always find something unique and likable about each patient I meet. There are no two patients, births or surgeries that are alike and that keeps my world very interesting.”