Menopause – Better Prepare for your Appointment

How to Better Prepare for your Gynecological Visit Hot Flashes. Night sweats. Ceased menstruation. Becoming increasingly moody. Yes, the dreaded menopause could

VPFW Breaking Ground for New Prince George Office

September 28, 2018    |    For Immediate Release   Prince George, VA – Virginia Physicians for Women announce the groundbreaking ceremony on October

21 Reasons To See A Gynecologist Before 21

The common misconception is that young females do not need to see a gynecologist until they are sexually active. However, education on

Get to Know Gabby

Have you met Gabby yet? She’s leading us in our efforts with The Renewal Center at VPFW! Housed in our Short Pump

Does anybody else think it’s hot in here?

Our mothers and grandmothers called it “The Change”—the mysterious process during which females become unpredictably moody, irritable, short-tempered, and most of all—HOT.

Aloha Medical Mission – Silay City

I was fortunate enough to participate in the 2018 Aloha Medical Mission to Silay City on the Island of Negros Occidental in

March of Dimes & VPFW Team Up

Guest post by Anna Givens with March of Dimes March of Dimes and Virginia Physicians for Women have recently created a partnership

Help! My Dad is an OB/GYN!

Being a teenager can be tough enough! You’re probably going through a lot of changes. You’re learning how to juggle school and

Dr. Partridge Announces Retirement

For all of us here at VPFW, it is bittersweet to share the news that Dr. Partridge is retiring in early April.