Drs. Bill Goodnight and Alison Stuebe both received academic promotions.
On July 1, our department welcomed 14 new physicians to our fellowship programs.
Dr. Kenneth Kim named to Exxcellent Foundation of ABOG Board of Directors
UNC Gynecologic Oncology at Rex Cancer Center named as Top 5 clinic.
Dr. Matt Siedhoff has been appointed to the Board of the Fellowship in Minimally Invasive Gynecology.
UNC Health Care's Plus Person Award recognizes the very best at UNC Hospitals, UNC Faculty Physicians, and the UNC School of Medicine this Summer.
Dr. David Stamilio recent provided an editorial for Raleigh's News and Observer.
Rachael Crosse and Sara Tinkham join UNC OB-GYN Medical Education Office
Child Fatality Task Force Releases Annual Report; Many Recommendations Focus on Healthy Birth Outcomes
The Center for Women's Health Research (CWHR) released our eighth-edition 2014 North Carolina Women's Health Report Card May 12, 2014. This document is a progress report on the health and health care needs of North Carolina's 5+ million women.
Dr. Wendy Brewster and Dr. John Thorp elected to positions on the UNC Faculty Council.
Effective July 1, 2014, the UNC Pelvic Health outpatient practice, currently located on the UNC Campus in Chapel Hill, will move to the UNC Hillsborough Campus.
At the 2014 NC Obstetrical and Gynecological Society meeting the Robert A. Ross Society members gathered for a reception and Dr. Clark took home top award for research.
Jessica "Jes" Morse, MD, MPH joined UNC Family Planning on April 1, 2014.
We took recently published research by UNC experts and created a summary infographic for the article entitled "Prevalence and Risk Factors for Early, Undesired Weaning Attributed to Lactation Dysfunction".
WRAL recently aired a segment on the use of nitrous oxide in our labor and delivery unit.
Jeff Wilkinson, MD, associate professor of obstetrics and gynecology at UNC, likens victims of obstetric fistula to modern-day versions of Job: they have lost their homes, their families, and their health.
Introducing the UNC OB-GYN Residency Class of 2018.
A UNC partnership with FirstHealth of the Carolinas will give women in the mid-Carolinas convenient local access to a wider variety of specialty services related to high-risk pregnancy.
UNC School of Medicine has been ranked 15th in Women's Health in the 2015 U.S. News & World Report Best Medical School Rankings.