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Ifat Kamin, MD

Wound Care

"When treating chronic wounds it is important to understand the underlying cause of the wound, co-morbidities and other factors preventing healing including the patient’s personal goals of care. By addressing all these elements I can treat the patient as a whole, respect their personal preferences and work with the patient and their families toward a common goal and improve their quality of life."

Primary Clinic: Meriter Wisconsin Heart

2601 W. Beltline Highway, Suite 200
Madison, WI 53713
(608) 417-2100

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Beaver Dam Community Hospital Specialty Clinic

707 South University Ave
Beaver Dam, WI 53916
(920) 887-5990

Hospital Affiliations

Meriter Hospital

Education and Board Certification

2012, Prior Affiliation, Monroe Hospital and Clinic Inc.
2008, Research, University of Toronto
2008, Fellowship, Chronic Wound, Hebrew Senior Life
2005, Residency, Mount Auburn Hospital
2003, Residency, Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center
2002, Medical School, Technion Israel Institute of Technology
2001, Internship, Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center
ABMS/AOA Certification, American Board of Internal Medicine

Medical Interests

Dr. Kamin offers specialized treatment of chronic wounds, including pressure ulcers and wounds associated with diabetes and poor circulation. She also has expertise with acute wounds, such as burns and post-surgical non-healing wounds.

Medical Philosophy

For Dr. Kamin, it is important that her patients feel well cared for. She is attentive to their needs and listens to their concerns. She takes a comprehensive approach to their care by first determining the underlying problem that is causing the wound. Once that is understood, Dr. Kamin thoroughly explains their diagnosis and available treatment options. Patients become active members of their treatment plan and have peace of mind knowing that Dr. Kamin is there, ready to help.

Personal Interests

Outside of work, Dr. Kamin enjoys traveling and exercising.

About Wound Care Physicians

Wound care involves distinct and specialized knowledge of wound management. Caring for these complex conditions is a multidisciplinary effort that requires an understanding of wound healing, factors impeding wound healing and the science of advanced dressings and technologies. Wound care specialists are involved in the care of all wounds, including acute, chronic, post-surgical, post-radiation, reconstructive, burns and other problematic wounds. The goal is to improve the patient’s quality of life by treating the disease, as well as the wound.  

Meriter Medical Group Provider:  Yes