Jennifer B. Ogilvie, MD,FACS

Specialty

Endocrine Surgery

Conditions & Treatments

Adrenal Disorders, Adrenal Gland Surgery, Adrenal Laparoscopic Surgery, Cushing's Syndrome, Goiter, Graves Disease, Hyperaldosteronism, Hyperparathyroidism, Hyperthyroidism, Parathyroid Disease, Parathyroid Disorders, Parathyroid Surgery, Pediatric thyroid cancer, Pheochromocytoma, Thyroid, Thyroid Cancer, Thyroid Disease, Thyroid Nodule, Thyroid Surgery, Thyroidectomy


Phone
(203) 737-2036
Accepting New Patients

Biography

Dr. Jennifer Ogilvie is Associate Professor of Surgery and Chief, Section of Endocrine Surgery at Yale School of Medicine. She completed training in General Surgery and fellowship training in Endocrine Surgery at the University of California, San Francisco. Prior to Yale, she held faculty positions at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and New York University Langone Health, where she was also Director of Endocrine Surgery at Bellevue Hospital. Her clinical interests focus on the optimal surgical treatment of thyroid, parathyroid and adrenal tumors. Her research interests are in surgical education and the function of surgical teams, shared clinical decision making, and clinical outcomes in Endocrine Surgery

Gender

Female

Language(s)

English

Locations

Education & Training

Education

Harvard Medical School

Internship

University of California San Francisco

Residency

University Of California San Francisco School Of Medicine

Fellowship

University of California at San Francisco

Accepted Insurance

Insurance coverage regularly changes, please contact the doctor’s office directly to verify that your specific insurance plan is accepted.

  • aetna
  • anthem bc/bs
  • berkeley care network
  • cigna healthcare
  • community care network
  • connecticare
  • corvel
  • first health network
  • focus healthcare
  • great west
  • husky
  • medicaid
  • medicare
  • multiplan
  • oxford health plans
  • railroad medicare
  • tricare/champus
  • united healthcare
  • us family health plan
  • wellcare