|Mar 27, 2019,|
|Northern California Medical Associates|
"Erin MacDonald, MD, joins Northern California Medical Associates’ Women’s OB/GYN Center practice
Erin MacDonald, MD, joins Northern California Medical Associates’ Women’s OB/GYN Center practice
Northern California Medical Associates is pleased to welcome Erin MacDonald, MD, to NCMA Women’s OB/GYN Center in Santa Rosa.
Dr. MacDonald’s recent experience says a lot about her: Over the past year, Dr. MacDonald cared for patients at a specialty women’s health group for high-risk and underserved populations in Memphis, Tenn. She completed her residency training at a Level-1 trauma center serving a diverse, high-risk patient population, and went on to graduate from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis, Tenn., with a specialty in obstetrics and gynecology.
“Dr. MacDonald joins us as we’re experiencing a growing need for comprehensive women’s healthcare, delivered by women,” said Shazah Khawaja, MD, director of NCMA Women’s OB/GYN Center. “She brings to Sonoma County much-needed passion for women’s health and expertise in routine & high-risk pre-natal obstetric care, pelvic pain (fibroids, endometriosis) and minimally invasive surgery.”
Dr. MacDonald is now seeing patients at NCMA Women’s OB/GYN Center, located at 500 Doyle Park Drive, Suite 103 in Santa Rosa, Calif., 707-579-1102.About Dr. Erin MacDonald
Dr. MacDonald has expertise in:
· routine and high-risk deliveries,
· minimally invasive gynecologic robotic-assisted surgery,
· vacuum-assisted delivery,
· obstetric emergencies,
· maternal trauma,
· maternal ICU care,
· open abdominal/pelvic and minimally invasive surgery,
· annual health care/preventative health maintenance,
· routine and high-risk prenatal care.
Dr. MacDonald is additionally skilled in several in-office procedures, including: colposcopy, loop electrosurgical excision procedure (LEEP), hysteroscopy, ACOG long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) counseling and placement, and obstetric ultrasound procedures.About NCMA Women’s OB/GYN Center
The NCMA Women’s OB/GYN Center was created to bring comprehensive obstetrical and gynecological care to Sonoma County women. Our all-female team of physicians and certified nurse midwives provide our patients with expert, up-to-date management and occasional surgical intervention for obstetrical and gynecologic issues, as well as our extraordinary midwifery practice that has delivered compassionate and personalized attention for more than 18 years.
NCMA Women’s OB/GYN Center providers include: Shazah Khawaja, MD, Erin MacDonald, MD, Cecelia Rondou, CNM, Suzanne Saunders, CNM and Kirsten Eckert, CNM, WHNP.About Northern California Medical Associates
Northern California Medical Associates (NCMA) has been a leading partnership of medical practitioners in the North Bay Area since 1975, when Cardiology Associates of Santa Rosa, Inc. first opened its doors. NCMA remains committed to expanding its expertise and scope of care by continuing to merge with private practices to better serve our patients in Sonoma, Mendocino and Lake counties. In addition to our primary care practices, NCMA’s specialties include: cardiology, cardiovascular/thoracic surgery, TAVR surgery, dermatology, endocrinology, ENT / otolaryngology / head & neck surgery, family medicine, foot & ankle medicine / podiatry, internal medicine, obstetrics, gynecology, orthopaedics, osteopathic neuromusculoskeletal medicine, pulmonary / sleep medicine, rheumatology, urology and vein disorder treatment. Visit us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube.
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