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The Johns Hopkins Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics was founded in 1889 by Howard Kelly, the forefather of gynecology and obstetrics in the United States. As one of the original specialty services at Johns Hopkins, our department has been advancing women's health care initiatives since the field was in its infancy. Our faculty represents a team of highly trained experts who continue to lead the field through extraordinary patient care, innovative research and comprehensive training of the future generation of women's health leaders.
Johns Hopkins qualifies at the highest level of fetal therapy care, meaning it can offer the full range of minimally invasive and open fetal interventions, and can manage all levels of maternal and neonatal risk or complications, along with meeting other qualifications.
At the age of 25, Alexandra Piselli was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer. The new Johns Hopkins’ Fertility Preservation Innovation Center is helping patients like Piselli find hope for a fertile future.
For Women's Health Week, ABC 7 News featured Dr. Rebecca Stone to encourage women and girls to take charge of their health. NOTE: You are being directed to an outside website for informational purposes only. Johns Hopkins is not responsible for any aspect of the external website.