Ian M. Bennett, M.D., Ph.D., is a family physician providing broad spectrum primary care with a particular focus on reproductive health including obstetrics and family planning services. He provides broad contraceptive care including vasectomy. He is a professor in the departments of family medicine, psychiatry and behavioral sciences, and adjunct professor of global health.
Dr. Bennett's clinical interests include maternal and child health care, general primary care, obstetrics, family planning services, mental health, adolescent health, infant care and the health care of children.
Dr. Bennett brings together a whole family and whole life approach providing pediatric, adolescent, and general adult health care. As part of his work in perinatal care he also has expertise in depression in the pregnancy and postpartum periods.
Dr. Bennett is certified by the American Board of Family Medicine.
Dr. Bennett enjoys commuting to work by bicycle, bird watching with his wife, cooking for his family and restoring classic cars and driving them around.