Dr. Casey L. Reising grew up in Evansville, IN and graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 2006, majoring in premedical studies with a minor in business. She received her medical degree from Tulane University School of Medicine in New Orleans, LA, in 2011. In addition, she completed a medical fellowship in the Creighton Model of FertilityCare and NaProTECHNOLOGY from the Pope Paul VI Institute in 2011. She completed her residency training in family medicine at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis, IN with a focus on maternal/child health and obstetrics and became a Board Certified Family Medicine Physician in 2014.
During medical school, Casey served as a founding member of the Tulane Students Chapter of the Catholic Medical Association, an officer on the school's service learning committee, and as an active participant in free medical clinics and other service projects to help rebuild the city of New Orleans after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. During her residency training, she co-wrote a grant to receive funding for underserved patients to have access to natural family planning services. In addition, she served her fellow residents as chief resident of the family medicine program during her final year of training.
Since completing residency training, she has started a faith-based family medicine practice, Magnificat Family Medicine, to honor Our Blessed Mother and to provide holistic care upholding the dignity of men, women, and children. She is president of the St. Raphael Catholic Medical Guild of Indianapolis and helps take care of patients in crisis pregnancy alongside the Gabriel Project and 1st Choice for Women in Indianapolis. Other current medical work includes caring for patients at local nursing homes and working at an urgent care clinic. Casey also speaks on a variety of topics, including pro-life issues, natural family planning, infertility, faith in medicine, and Theology of the Body.
Outside of her work with Magnificat Family Medicine, Casey enjoys spending time with family and friends, going for a run, cooking spicy food, reading a good book, and listening to records on her record player. She is also active at her parish, St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, serving as director of the Sanctity of Life committee and as a Eucharistic Minister.
Click here for Dr. Casey's podcast from Catholic Radio Indy regarding the HPV vaccine and how to talk to your children about sexuality.