Dr. O'Quinn is originally from the Twin Cities, and currently resides in Menomonee Falls with her family. She received her medical degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee in 2002, and completed her family medicine residency at St. Michael / Medical College Of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals in 2005. She absolutely loves being a board-certified family physician, and is working hard to change how medical care is provided. After working for big medical corporations for thirteen and a half years, she is extremely excited to develop her own practice with the support of Independent Physicians of Wisconsin. Dr. O'Quinn has always felt passionately about spending quality time with patients, and getting to know them on a more personal level. The ability to run a medical practice on her own affords her the opportunity to spend more time on these relationships, and less time dealing with administrative rules and regulations. We know you'll see the difference here at Full Circle Family Medicine, where you're part of an independent organization that truly has your best interests in mind!
In her freetime, Dr. O'Quinn loves to spend time with her busy family of five, including her husband John and their three children. And their family wouldn't be complete without their dog Ellie! Together, the O'Quinns enjoy hiking in the national parks, planning trips to all things Disney, and swimming whenever the weather is warm enough. They also have a freakish love of mini golf and road trips! Dr. O'Quinn has been singing with the Milwaukee Choristers since 1999 when she was a first-year medical student, and still finds time to be the "cookie mom" for her daughter's girl scout troop each year. If ever you can't reach her, it's possible she's scuba diving with her husband in the Caribbean somewhere! Dr. O'Quinn hasn't escaped her Minnesota roots entirely, and still cheers heartily for the Vikings on Sundays during the NFL season. But come summer, she's a Brewers fan through and through! Dr. O'Quinn also enjoys volunteering her time seeing patients and teaching medical students at the Saturday Clinic for the Uninsured, and is the District Medical Advisor for the local school district.