Jesse Ehrenfeld, MD, MPH, FAMIA, FASA

Professor; Senior Associate Dean


  • Froedtert Hospital
  • 9200 W Wisconsin Ave.
  • Milwaukee, WI 53226


  • Anesthesiology

I work hard to provide excellent, high quality, personalized care to every patient. I love working with a diverse patient population and welcome patients of all gender identities, races, and sexual orientations. In my experience, learning about a patient and their family results in the best individualized care for each patient.


Treatments and Services

  • LGBTQ Care

Patients Ages Seen

  • Adolescent
  • Adult
  • Senior


  • English

Hospital Affiliations

  • Froedtert Hospital – Milwaukee

Board Certifications

  • Anesthesiology
  • Clinical Informatics


I am a clinical anesthesiologist with strong interests in health care systems design, education, research, technology, and health policy. My time is split among teaching, research and clinical practice. My clinical interests are anesthesia for neurosurgery. My research interests focus in two areas: (1) how we can leverage technology to improve learning and practice and reduce health disparities, and (2) how information technology can more effectively protect patients from harm and impact processes of care within the acute care environments. For the past decade, I have advocated on behalf of LGBTQ patients, physicians, and trainees. I have conducted health services research focusing on education and biomedical informatics leading to the presentation of over 250 abstracts at national/international meetings and the publication of over 200 manuscripts in high impact peer-reviewed journals. Additionally, I have co-authored eighteen clinical texts and over 50 book chapters. I have received funding from the National Institutes of Health, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Foundation for Anesthesia Education and Research, the Anesthesia Patient Safety Foundation Grant, and the Department of Defense. In 2018 I received the inaugural NIH Sex and Gender Minority Research Award in 2018 from the NIH Director.

Education and Training

Doctor of Medicine - University of Chicago - Chicago, IL (2004)
Internship in Internal Medicine - Massachusetts General Hospital - Boston, MA (2004-2005)
Residency in Anesthesiology - Massachusetts General Hospital - Boston, MA (2005-2008)
Fellowship in Clinical Informatics - Massachusetts General Hospital - Boston, MA (2008-2010)