Lauren Sophia Cline, MD
I’m very excited to be joining the talented staff at Frisco Women’s Health and to contribute to the mission of providing high-quality compassionate care for the women of North Texas.
I consider it a privilege to support women and their families through every stage of their lives. I strive to practice evidence-based medicine that is grounded in a foundation of listening to the needs of my patients. My goal in practicing medicine is to establish and continue to build collaborative relationships with each of my patients in order to create an environment of open communication and personalized health care.
I was raised in the Houston area and earned my undergraduate degree in Chemistry from Southern Methodist University. Following undergraduate training, I completed my medical education at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, eventually making my way back to North Texas to complete my residency at UT Southwestern in Dallas. Training at Dallas’ County Hospital (Parkland), home to one of the largest labor and delivery units in the country, provided me with a large volume of both obstetric and gynecologic cases. This diverse and extensive training experience has equipped me with the ability to practice full-scope obstetrics, including caring for low and high-risk pregnancies as well as practice a wide variety of gynecologic surgery (minimally invasive, hysteroscopic, and vaginal). Upon completion of my residency training, I was also honored to be recognized for achieving the highest scores on my yearly exams in my residency class.
In my spare time, I enjoy spending quality time with my golden retriever (Linus), exercising, and baking.