Jennifer Weidner, MD

Obstetrics & Gynecology

Jennifer Weidner, MD


Advanced Center for Women’s Health at Providence
3270 Joe Battle Blvd., Suite 275
El Paso, TX 79938
(915) 594-9600

Patient Satisfaction Survey

Overall Satisfaction
4.7 out of 5
116 Ratings

Special Interests:

Dr. Jennifer Weidner is a compassionate physician who offers full obstetric and gynecologic services with Advanced Center for Women’s Health at Providence. She was born and raised in New Jersey and trained at one of the busiest obstetric centers in the state of Pennsylvania. She is a recent transplant to Texas, where she hopes to provide women with a personal and fulfilling experience. Dr. Weidner will listen to you and partner with you through every stage of life. She believes that every woman deserves to understand her body and has the right to ask questions and to have her health concerns addressed. She is particularly focused in obstetrics, but has the expertise to treat a range of gynecologic problems and to care for women of any age. Dr. Weidner resides in El Paso with her husband, a professor at UTEP, and their two young sons. She looks forward to meeting you and your family.


  • Annual exams and well woman care
  • Prenatal care and delivery
  • Birth control and family planning
  • Infertility solutions
  • Menopause care and hormone replacement
  • Gynecologic surgery, including hysterectomy

Patient Ratings & Comments

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