Austin OB/GYN, Caroline Cohen, M.D. is board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology
Dr. Caroline Cohen is focused on delivering women’s healthcare that evolves to meet the needs of her patients and the community. She is committed to facilitating health education, preventative care, diagnosis, and treatment of women to have a positive impact on their lives.
Dr. Cohen specializes in both routine and high-risk pregnancies, contraceptive management, and health maintenance.
She also participates in St. David’s Medical Center high-risk obstetrical transport team. Board certified by the American Board of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ABOG) since 2010, Dr. Cohen is an active member of several medical professional organizations, including the Texas Medical Association (TMA) and Travis County Medical Society (TCMS).
Born and raised in Houston, TX, Dr. Cohen earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Engineering at Northwestern University in Evanston, IL. Even in college, Dr. Cohen was concerned about women’s health, working at the Shelter for Battered Women while at Northwestern.
Dr. Cohen completed her medical training at Texas Tech University School of Medicine in Lubbock, TX. She finished her intern and residency training at Chicago’s Mercy Hospital and Medical Center. During her residency, she served as Chief Resident and received the Berlex Laboratories Best Teaching Award.
Dr. Cohen established Wildflower OB/GYN to create a practice where women would feel comfortable and involved in their healthcare decisions.
Wildflower OB/GYN is dedicated to providing medical education, individualized obstetrical care, and treatment for women at every stage of life.
Married with one son, Dr. Cohen enjoys spending time with her family, exploring new restaurants in Austin and relaxing at a good movie with friends. Dr. Cohen also supports several organizations in the community that promote educational opportunities for children, the environment, women’s health, and Alzheimer’s research.
“I think it is important to establish trust and communication with patients. I believe in an approach to women’s health that includes physical, mental and emotional well-being. As a working mother, I treat my patients how I want to be treated -- with professionalism, compassion, and understanding. My goal is to provide the tools so people can be engaged in their healthcare decisions and ensure optimal outcomes.”