Laurel Gamm, MD is a physician at Minnesota Community Care who graduated from the University of Minnesota Medical School in Duluth/Minneapolis and trained at Marquette General Hospital in Marquette, MI. She returned to Minnesota to practice the full breadth of family medicine in New Ulm from 1987 – 2004. She transitioned to working full time in the emergency department until 2012 when she went to the Central African Republic to work as a pediatric hospitalist with Doctors Without Borders. After her return, she moved to St. Paul where she works for Minnesota Community Care doing primary care for adults experiencing homelessness. Patients seen include adults.
Languages include English, some French and even less Spanish.