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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 nausea and vomiting?
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”.

Zika Virus Information


Until we know more about the Zika virus, the CDC recommends special precautions for pregnant women. If you are able to avoid traveling to an area where Zika virus is spreading then you should highly consider avoiding the area. Most recently, there have been several cases of Zika from mosquitoes in Miami, Florida. If you are unable to avoid traveling, take the following steps to prevent mosquito bites:

–Stay in places with A/C or that have screens in the windows and door to prevent mosquitoes coming indoors

–Wear long-sleeved shirts and long pants

–Use insect repellents that are EPA registered

–Don’t have standing water sitting around, as it attracts mosquitoes.

We recommend that pregnant women with a male sex partner who has traveled to an area with Zika virus should use condoms every time, for vaginal, anal, or oral sex, because it can be sexually transmitted.

The information regarding Zika is being constantly updated. If you have any questions or concerns about Zika, call your healthcare provider or visit the CDC website for more information. The CDC is keeping their website updated on a frequent basis. This is the best place to get the most up-to-date information on Zika. CDC Website


Every part of my pregnancy, labor, and delivery experience here was good! I would recommend this practice/midwives to anyone.

Our Clinic’s Cesarean Rates:

The national average is 32%

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