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Advanced Technology

We have the technology that allows us to provide you with non-evasive strategies for care.

OB/Gynecological Care Solutions

Our clinic has a full array of services for every woman’s healthcare needs.

24/7 Availability

Our providers and midwives are on call for your emergency care needs.


What foods should I avoid while I am pregnant?
What can I do for morning sickness?
My doctor told me I had Group B Strep (GBS). What does that mean?
How long can I keep working?
I don’t feel my baby moving as much as usual. Should I worry?
When should I call my provider?

 Why Us?

Mission Statement

We at Southern Maryland Women’s Healthcare, P.A., look forward to not only meeting, but exceeding your obstetric and gynecologic needs. We work closely with several sub-specialists in the Washington, Baltimore, and Annapolis areas to provide optimum care. We have special interests in pediatric, adolescent and geriatric gynecology, postmenopausal care, urogynecology, infertility, and minimally invasive surgery.

Great Locations

With two locations, you can bet that you will be seen promptly when you need care most.

Friendly Staff

Our staff is caring and committed to providing the best treatment with a smile.


Partnering with St. Mary’s Hospital Birthing Center.

Where you can have the “comforts of home”.

August’s Tip from Dr. Polko

August is National Immunization Awareness Month

It is very important to make sure that you receive all of the vaccines that are recommended for you by your physician. Vaccines can help prevent many diseases and viruses that you could be exposed to during your life.

Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted virus in the U.S. More than half of sexually active men and women are infected at some point in their lives. HPV normally doesn’t have any symptoms, but it can cause cervical cancer in women. It is important to come in for your annual exam and have a Pap Smear done, which will test you for HPV usually every 3 years if you are low risk.

Gardasil is the vaccine given to help prevent HPV and most cases of cervical cancer in women. The vaccine is recommended for girls and boys that are 11 to 12 years of age, but it can be given as early as 9 years of age. For anyone who did not have it done at 11 to 12 years of age, it is recommended that you receive it between 13 through 26 years of age. It is a 3-dose series, so you will have another one 1-2 months after your initial dose and then again at 6 months.

We offer Gardasil to our patients, but we are unable to vaccinate anyone under the age of 18 if they have Medical Assistance. Call our office today for an appointment to discuss this with a provider.

For more information see the link below. Gardasil Information


This office is very neat, clean and modern!

What a pleasure to meet Dr. Davis. He was honest, open, and a one of a kind doctor. He has great bedside manner and a wonderful personality.

Everyone in the office made me feel comfortable and explained everything to me from the beginning to the end of my visit.

Our Clinic’s Cesarean Rates:

The national average is 33%

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