Regina Maria Longinotti’s passion for women’s health prompted her to pursue a career in primary care and to empower patients to feel confident and knowledgeable about their bodies and their health. She joined One Medical Group because she believes it allows her to provide the best, most thoughtful care she can in a patient-centered environment. Regina is particularly interested in issues relating to women’s health, preventative health and education, nutrition, weight management, diabetes, and more. Regina always meets her patients where they are in their journeys toward better health, and many of her patients say she’s easy to talk to and enables them to feel heard. Outside of medicine, Regina is an avid yogini and has been practicing yoga for 18 years. She also loves to dance with her kids for extra exercise and eat healthy, farm-to-table meals. In her spare time, Regina loves to travel and volunteer with the local school system. Regina has volunteered as a teacher in India, completed a community health rotation in South Africa during graduate school, and received a travel fellowship to conduct independent research in Guyana for her master’s thesis. Regina attended the Yale School of Nursing and is AANP and NCC-certified.