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I attended University of Maryland for my undergraduate degree and received a BS in Biology. I then went on to study medicine at Georgetown University where I received my Doctor of Medicine in 1993. I completed my speciality training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at George Washington University. During my 4 years of Ob/Gyn training I received Resident of the Year 3 out of 4 years. I have received the Washingtonian Top Docs Award in 2003, 2005, 2007, 2010 and 2012. I have also been named Top Doc by Consumer Checkbook magazine.
Prior to becoming a physician I was a Registered Nurse. I love practicing medicine and feel that it is a privilege to participate with women in their health care needs. I want women to know that they are truly cared for. I want my patients to feel that their concerns have been heard, and that they have received the best and most compassionate care available. Finally, I want them to leave our office with a feeling of hope.
Fun facts about me are that I married my high school sweetheart. We have a beautiful family of three children with beautiful spouses who have blessed us with 7 grandchildren. I love to travel, spend quiet time enjoying nature and have run 5 marathons.
I received my Bachelor’s Degree from Miami University of Ohio and my medical degree from Wright State University School of Medicine. I then completed my residency training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at George Washington University Hospital.
Teaching and training future doctors is very important to me and I spend time lecturing and mentoring medical students as an Assistant Professor at the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine, Inova Campus. After having the honor of practicing Obstetrics for 16 years, I switched to practicing gynecology only so that I could spend more time with my adolescent children.
I enjoy taking care of women of all ages and I feel every patient deserves to get her questions answered and concerns addressed. In furtherance of that goal, I recently wrote the book, “100 Questions and Answers About Your Daughter’s Sexual Wellness and Development.” The health and wellbeing of young women is a favorite topic of mine and I enjoy writing about it on my website, www.forthegoodofgirls.com. I have been included in the Washingtonian’s Top Doctors in 2005, 2008, 2010 and 2012.
I enjoy spending time with my very supportive husband and two children. I love to cook, practice yoga, and explore the outdoors. A fun fact about me is that two of my great, great aunts graduated from the Women’s Medical College of Pennsylvania, the first medical school for women in this country, and one founded the Lillian Harris Memorial Hospital for women in Korea in 1901 where she served as a medical missionary.
I was born in Johnstown, PA. I received my BS degree from the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown where I graduated summa cum laude. I attended the University of Maryland and received my Doctor of Medicine degree. From Maryland I moved south to Savannah, Georgia to complete my residency program at the Mercer University School of Medicine, Memorial University Medical Center. I was awarded Resident of the Year during my chief year of residency. Since that time I have been practicing in the Annapolis area.
Some of my favorite things are delivering babies, my husband Chris and daughter, cooking, “cookies and cream” ice cream, and the band the Counting Crows.
My name is Dr. Lauren Outlaw, and I am a board certified Ob-Gyn born and raised in South Bend, Indiana (there's more than corn in Indiana). I attended Xavier University of Louisiana. While at Xavier, I joined the Chemistry Club, Psychology Club, Alpha Epsilon Delta, and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. I like to spend my free time volunteering with my sorority and various other organizations including the Upward Bound Trio Program. I graduated from Xavier University Magna Cum Laude with a B.S. in Psychology and a minor in Chemistry. I then matriculated to Indiana University School of Medicine as a Rawl's Scholar.
Medical school is where I was able to combine two of my loves, traveling and medicine. While in medical school, I had the opportunity to go to Guatemala and Honduras where and volunteered and took medical Spanish classes. My mission work continued after graduation as an Obstetrics and Gynecologic resident at Indiana University School of Medicine. Obstetrics and Gynecology combined the things that were most enjoyable to me about medicine, continuity of care and surgery. Obstetrics and Gynecology at Indiana University also gave me the opportunity to help make a positive impact on young women both locally and internationally.
I returned to Northern Indiana after my residency and worked in Elkhart for three years. While working in Elkhart, I participated in the annual Pap-A-Thon and spoke at various community events about health care. This past year, I have worked in Aweil, South Sudan as a medical officer for Medecins Sans Frontieres Doctors Without Boarders, in a Burmese Refugee camp with the Shoklo Malaria Research unit as an Ob-gyn, and as a locum ob-gyn physician in rural areas of Indiana.
In my free time, I enjoy traveling, spending time with my family, volunteering with her sorority, watching movies, and reading a good book. I am excited to settle down on the east coast and join the team while continuing my love of working with patients from different ethnic backgrounds.
I am Dr. Kimberly Oh. I grew up in Northern Virginia. I received my Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology at the University of Virginia. I then attended Virginia Commonwealth University and earned my Masters of Science Degree in Physiology and my Medical Degree. I did my graduate training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital. During my time in school I performed research in the areas of Lynch Syndrome, compliance of physicians and staff with operating room protocol, fetal alcohol syndrome, and the effects of heavy metal on cell adhesion molecule expression.
While in school I belonged to the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society and as a student I volunteered at Loudon Hospital.
I went into medicine because I love to take care of people, I believe that communication and respect are very important.
When I am not working, I love spending time with my husband and two dogs. I love to read and travel.
Betty Morrison graduated from the Atlanta College of Medical and Dental Assistant s in 1971. Following her internship in Atlanta, Georgia she returned to her hometown of Charleston, SC working for the Medical University before going into the OB/GYN field. She has 30 years of experience in private practices in Charleston, Mission Viejo, California and Fairfax, VA. Betty lives in Centreville with her Husband Terry and children Sara and Joseph. In her spare time Betty enjoys traveling, NASCAR, playing the piano and the slots. Betty hopes that when a woman comes to the office that she and the office team, working together, will transform hurt into hope and darkness into light, as we try to heal all people with compassion, faith and excellence. Her goal for her patients is for them to feel important as individuals.
Maria Oasan graduated from the University of Maryland at College Park with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, concentration in Family and Demographics. After graduation, she continued her education at Johns Hopkins University, receiving her Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Maria started her career as a registered nurse at Georgetown University Hospital in a Cardiovascular and Thoracic Telemetry Step-down Unit. Fun facts about Maria are that she was born in the Philippines, and she loves watching movies. She got married in September 2010 and has a new beautiful baby girl born in 2012. She desires to bring hope and comfort to her patients and is approachable to answer any questions and concerns.
I graduated from George Mason University College of Nursing in 2006. Following graduation, I became a Labor and Delivery nurse and have worked in that area since then.
I am originally from Guatemala. My family and I have lived in Northern Virginia since the late 1980’s. I love to travel, especially to places that have sand, sun, and turquoise water.
I had the privilege of joining the office of doctors Wolf and Davis in early 2011. I love our office and I hope that every patient that visits does too!
I graduated from the University of Michigan in 2009 with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, concentrating in Public Health. I am currently pursuing my MBA concentrating in Healthcare Services at Strayer University. I have been working in healthcare for over a year and my ultimate career goal is to be a healthcare administrator focusing on Women’s reproductive health. I am also a dance teacher in Chantilly, VA. I enjoy teaching children from ages 6-18 in tap, jazz, and hip hop dance. In my free time, I love to shop, workout, dance, and spend time with my family and friends. My hope for our patients is that they feel welcomed, comfortable, and well cared for. I also hope that they feel I have gone above and beyond to help them out.
I have lived in Northern Virginia my whole life. My parents moved to Burke, Va from El Salvador. I grew up with two older brothers and a younger sister.
I graduated from Lake Braddock, where I played girls lacrosse all 4 years. I got into the game because I saw my oldest brother Peter play and the moment I picked up a lacrosse stick I knew the game was for me.
After graduating I attended ODU for a semester. I had to leave due to some health problems.
I have worked in the medical field for 17 years. I started in pediatrics and moved on to orthopedics, which I enjoyed very much. I moved onto OBGYN, and have found myself enjoying this specialty even more. Women's health is a very rewarding specialty. In my free time I enjoy camping, hiking and kayaking. I also enjoy the ocean and love the Outer Banks.
I hope I give our patients a sense of comfort, a smile on their face and some sort of satisfaction.