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Gwendolyn P. Cobbs, MD

Gwendolyn P. Cobbs, MD

Dr. Gwendolyn Patterson Cobbs joined Women to Women in June of 1999.  She is Board Certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology and had practiced in Reston, Virginia before joining Women to Women.  She completed her medical training at Georgetown University Medical Center in 1996.  Dr. Cobbs is a native Washingtonian and has performed research in the areas of male contraception, uterine cancer and adolescent pregnancy.  She enjoys educating women about their bodies during all stages of life from teen years to menopause.  She is trained in high risk obstetrics, laparoscopic surgery, pediatric gynecology, endometriosis, fibriod tumors, infertility and osteoporosis.  Dr. Cobbs is also a clinical instructor of medical students and physician assistant students for Georgetown University Medical School and Shenandoah University respectively.  Dr. Cobbs is a board member for the organization, Birthmothers, which help women with unplanned pregnancies.  She also is the founder and president of the Genesis Food Pantry, an organization that donates food to families in need and she has performed missions work in an orphanage in South Africa and in Haiti.  In her free time, she enjoys outdoor activities with her three sons.

Office Location(s):

Capital Women's Care Division 53

1715 N. George Mason Drive
Suite 302
Arlington, Virginia   22205
Location Phone: 7038164152
Location Fax: 7035271169

My Phone: 7038164152
Fax: 7035271169

Accepting new patients:
I am accepting new patients.

Primary Specialty:
Obstetrics & Gynecology

Undergraduate Education:
Goucher College : 1987
Medical Education:
Georgetown University, School of Medicine : 1992

Georgetown University Medical Center : 1996

Board Certifications:
American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology : 1999

In Practice Since:

Loudoun Hospital Center, Active Member : 2006
Virginia Hospital Center, Active Staff Member : 1999
Reston Hospital Center, Active Member : 1996

Honors and Awards:
The Sarah E. Stewart Award for Unusual Leadership Qualities in Medical School : 1992