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Female Surgeons

Medical conditions may be difficult

Conversations about them, don't have to be.

Stephanie Akbari, MD, FACS - Medical Director, Center for Breast Health at Virginia Hospital Center Molly Sebastian, MD, FACS - Breast Surgeon Maria Canter, MD, MSc, FACOG - Urogynecologist & Pelvic Floor Surgeon
Stephanie Akbari, MD, FACS
Medical Director, Center for Breast Health at Virginia Hospital Center
Molly Sebastian, MD, FACS
Associate Medical Director, Center for Breast Health at Virginia Hospital Center
Maria Canter, MD, MSc, FACOG
Urogynecologist &
Pelvic Surgeon
Jennifer McQuade, 
MD - Colon & Rectal Surgeon Rebekah S. Kim, MD - Colon & Rectal Surgeon
Jennifer McQuade, MD, FASCRS
Colon & Rectal Surgeon
Rebekah S. Kim, MD
Colon & Rectal Surgeon 

All things being equal, many women prefer to go to a female physician rather than a male physician for their colon and rectal, urogynecologic and breast healthcare. When a female patient has a sensitive condition requiring highly-specialized surgical care, there are few female experts to whom she can turn.

Fortunately, Virginia Hospital Center has five female surgeons who possess advanced surgical training and specific focus in their area of expertise, which may make patients feel more comfortable and less embarrassed by their treatment because it is being administered by a woman. And for patient convenience, these six surgeons provide care in one easily-accessible location.

To make an appointment, call 703.717.7600.
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