About Dr. ring
Dr. Ring grew up in Westminster, Colorado, and graduated from the University of Colorado with a bachelor’s degree in molecular, cellular, and developmental biology. After college, she worked in the biotech/biopharmaceutical field, which ignited a deep desire to pursue a career in medicine and pharmaceutical development. Dr. Ring moved to Boston, where she pursued her master’s degree in biological and biomedical sciences at the Boston University School of Medicine. She decided to stay on and go to medical school there, receiving her medical degree in 2011.
While completing her medical training, Dr. Ring developed a profound interest in helping underserved populations, becoming involved in health policy to address healthcare disparities. She became an advocate for patients and physicians through her work at the American Medical Association, where she served as her medical school delegate. A self-described fan of parliamentary procedure, she served the AMA Resident and Fellow Section as Speaker of the House for two years and is currently serving on the Young Physicians Section Governing Council. Dr. Ring continues to advocate passionately for patients, colleagues, and the OB/GYN specialty.
Like the rest of the doctors at Mile High OB/GYN, Dr. Ring believes in encouraging patients to be active partners in their care. This means connecting to every patient on a personal level and listening to their concerns. The continuum of providing high-quality OB/GYN care starts in adolescence and comes full circle with older patients dealing with the challenges associated with menopause and aging. Whether assisting patients with family planning, preventing sexually transmitted diseases, or providing stellar prenatal and postnatal care, Dr. Ring always imparts heartfelt emotional support. She loves providing high-quality care to expectant mothers, whether the pregnancies are low-risk or high-risk. She appreciates that patients have entrusted her with their care and made her part of this meaningful, life-changing event.
Dr. Ring recognizes the important role of professional organizations in both continuing medical education and advocacy pursuits. She is a member of the American Medical Association, American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists, Aurora-Adams County Medical Society, and Colorado Medical Society.
I cannot imagine a more fulfilling vocation than obstetrics/gynecology, a specialty that enables me to empower patients to take care of their own bodies throughout life.
Growing up in suburban Denver, Dr. Ring greatly missed the mountains during her post-graduate training. She is happy to be back in the Mile-High City with its abundant natural beauty and fun outdoor activities. Dr. Ring lends her efforts to search-and-rescue missions as a wilderness medicine volunteer and is currently pursuing fellowship training in that discipline. She is quite active on the organized medicine front, advocating for both patients and physicians. She considers herself an avid do-it-yourselfer, and when she isn’t working or advocating, she can be found renovating her house. Other favorite activities include curling up with a good book and enjoying the Colorado outdoors.
Dr. Ring offers a wide variety of obstetrical and GYNECOLOGICAL services
What People Are saying About Dr. Ring
She was very sweet and understanding. She worked with me to make sure I was as comfortable as possible.
She listened to everything I said and really seemed to care.
I adore Dr. Ring! She is fantastic and makes me feel very comfortable.
Dr. Ring was very kind and was just as excited about the ultrasound as I was, which was fantastic.
Dr. Ring is amazing, caring, and explains everything in detail.
Education and Experience
Dr. Ring received her undergraduate degree in molecular, cellular, and developmental biology from the University of Colorado in 2004. She then obtained her master’s degree in biological and biomedical sciences, followed by her medical degree from the Boston University School of Medicine in 2011. In 2015, she completed her Obstetrics and Gynecology residency at York Hospital in York, Pennsylvania. Dr. Ring is currently a fellowship candidate at the Academy of Wilderness Medicine. She believes in sharing her obstetrics and gynecological knowledge, teaching medical students, residents, and sometimes her peers.
University of Colorado
Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology /
Environmental, Population, and Organismic Biology
Boston University School of Medicine
Obstetrics and Gynecology
Fellow of the Academy of Wilderness Medicine
American Medical Association
American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
American Association of Gynecological Laparoscopists
Aurora-Adams County Medical Society
Colorado Medical Society