Arielle R. Gumer, MD
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I speak: English
My gender: Female
Where I practice
I grew up in Atlanta, Georgia. I attended college and medical school at The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. I completed residency at Columbia University Medical Center in New York City. After residency, I spent a year in Israel doing further specialized training in vulvovaginal diseases. As the daughter and granddaughter of ob-gyns, I was shown from an early age the unique opportunities that ob-gyns have to make an impact on the lives of women and their families. These fundamental patient-provider bonds, along with the opportunity to help patients through all levels of care, from the difficulties of gynecologic cancer to the joys of pregnancy, are what initially drew me to the field of obstetrics and gynecology. Ob-Gyn is an exciting and dynamic field that allows me to support and advocate for my patients. My husband and I decided to move to Denver to be closer to family, countless outdoor activities, and 300 days of sunshine.
About my practice
I love practicing general ob-gyn because I can attend to women for the entirety of their lives, from adolescence through all stages of adulthood, covering pregnancy, family planning, issues of aging, and well-woman care. I also treat patients with a wide variety of issues including sexual pain, vulvar skin disorders (lichen sclerosis, lichen planus, etc.), vaginitis and infections, vulvovaginal itching, pelvic floor dysfunction, graft vs. host disease, and more. I believe that medicine is individual and that each patient has a unique story and, thus, a unique plan. I love getting to know my patients and figuring out what works best for each patient individually. I work collaboratively with my care team, pharmacists and others to coordinate my patients’ care.
How I thrive
Over the years, I have volunteered with various organizations that provide assistance to developmentally disabled individuals. I love to read a good book, particularly fiction, and talk about it with my friends. You'll often find me with my Kindle, but you might also see me with a "People" magazine, which I read religiously. My husband and I love to travel, exercise – we recently ran the Jerusalem half marathon with my dad – and binge-watch shows from any of the many streaming services to which we subscribe.
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