Consistently ranked among the top in the nation, the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology is advancing the future of women’s health care. Our team of physicians, nurses, and nurse midwives (along with many others) are breaking through boundaries in all areas of obstetrics and gynecology research and care — and accelerating education, advocacy and impact worldwide.
As a global leader in studying the effects of diseases and problems unique to women, we are taking on challenges across the continuum of care. We’re pioneering new reproductive approaches; developing technologies that address complications from birth-related injuries; and helping women cope with complex diseases throughout their pregnancies. Our vision includes advocating for women’s health care rights and promoting access to maternal care worldwide.
Looking ahead, we’re focused on leveraging our experience, talent, state-of-the-art technology and uniquely collaborative environment to increase our contributions. And we are poised for success.
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In the pursuit of continued excellence in training tomorrow’s medical leaders, clinical care and scientific discovery, our achievements have always been anchored in philanthropic partnerships with our local community as well as national and international supporters. Such commitment propels our progress forward every day. Working together, we can create the future of women’s health care.
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Established to support research, education and patient care initiatives across OB/GYN in areas with the greatest need (including our priorities within maternal fetal medicine, reproductive sciences and gynecological care), impacting our patients and families in an immediate and positive way. Give Now →
Established to fuel research and partnerships with advocacy groups to explore health issues and examine how power and privilege restrict access to resources for sexual health, especially within communities experiencing social or systemic oppression. Give Now →