The Department of OBGYN together with our institution are actively taking measures to address structural racism and the resulting health inequities. The current disparities in obstetric and other health outcomes among women of color are extremely disturbing. We are committed to improving outcomes and eliminating the healthcare disparities that exist within our community.

We pledge and are working to diversify our workforce while providing the resources and mentorship to ensure success. We are actively developing programs in which learners and employees will thrive in a diverse, equitable, inclusive and safe environment. We expect all who work here to self-reflect, acknowledge and speak out against any bias, discrimination or racism.

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This Word on Medicine recording features Research During Pregnancy and Breastfeeding. It includes our panel of experts – from the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Drs. Garrett Fitzgerald and Jennifer McIntosh, Certified Nurse Midwife - Sarah Mess, CNM; and from the Institute of Health and...

More than 2 percent of pregnant women in the United States have chronic hypertension, or high blood pressure. Medical professionals agree that severe chronic hypertension during pregnancy should be treated with medications. Treating non-severe or mild forms of chronic hypertension during pregnancy, however, has led...

"The Word on Medicine” recorded our program on Cervical Cancer: medical experts and patients discuss the symptoms and treatment of cervical dysplasia and cervical cancer; the role of human papillomarivus (HPV); and current strategies in treatment for cervical cancer as well as new therapies on...

U.S. News & World Report today published the inaugural edition of the Best Hospitals for Maternity, which expands the U.S. News Best Hospitals rankings, ratings and data offerings. Our Maternal Fetal Care Center was rated "High Performing in Maternity Care (Uncomplicated Pregnancy)"....