Foxhall OBGYN Associates

At Foxhall OBGYN Associates, we are committed to guiding and supporting you through your entire health journey. From the moment you step through our doors for the first time, we are committed to guiding you through your health journey—from general wellness to adolescence, fertility, pregnancy, childbirth, menopause, and beyond.

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08/05/2021

New COVID vaccination recommendations from ACOG (American College of Obstetrics & Gynecologists)!! ACOG recommends that all eligible persons, including pregnant and lactating individuals, receive a COVID-19 vaccine or vaccine series. Spread the word to all of your unvaccinated pregnant friends and family members! #vaccine #pregnantwomen #womenshealth #obgyn

New COVID vaccination recommendations from ACOG (American College of Obstetrics & Gynecologists)!! ACOG recommends that all eligible persons, including pregnant and lactating individuals, receive a COVID-19 vaccine or vaccine series. Spread the word to all of your unvaccinated pregnant friends and family members! #vaccine #pregnantwomen #womenshealth #obgyn

Photos from Foxhall OBGYN Associates's post 08/02/2021

World Breastfeeding Week is a global celebration of breastfeeding efforts including breastfeeding promotion, support, education, research, progressive trends and normalizing breastfeeding as the gold standard of infant nutrition! #breastfeeding #womenshealth #nationalbreastfeedingweek #infantnutrition #obgyn

07/28/2021

Many people postponed preventative healthcare during the pandemic. As a large percentage of our community is now vaccinated we recommend that patients re-instate their regular preventative visits, including, but not limited to, OB/GYN, primary care physicians, dentists, and dermatologists. We miss you, book an appointment! #preventativehealthcare #obgyn #womenshealth

Many people postponed preventative healthcare during the pandemic. As a large percentage of our community is now vaccinated we recommend that patients re-instate their regular preventative visits, including, but not limited to, OB/GYN, primary care physicians, dentists, and dermatologists. We miss you, book an appointment! #preventativehealthcare #obgyn #womenshealth

07/27/2021

Did you know that having 5 or more sunburns doubles your risk for melanoma? #Sunscreen should be a part of everyone’s daily routine, especially during the summer! 😎🧴☀️ #uvawarenessmonth #womenshealth #skincare

Did you know that having 5 or more sunburns doubles your risk for melanoma? #Sunscreen should be a part of everyone’s daily routine, especially during the summer! 😎🧴☀️ #uvawarenessmonth #womenshealth #skincare

04/30/2021

We are encouraged by the tremendous progress that has been made in vaccinating individuals across the US - over 95 million Americans (~28% of the population) are vaccinated. Immunity is powerful! Most of us have likely seen the news concerning adverse events around the COVID-19 vaccine and wanted to take a moment to weigh in. Adverse events tend to be rare and if you are one of the 66 million who have been vaccinated, no need to panic! After receiving the vaccine, if you experience a severe headache that does not go away, significant abdominal or leg pain that does not subside, or increasing shortness of breath, health officials want you to call your doctor immediately. We advise our patients to continue to get vaccinated and listen to health official guidance. #WorldImmunizationWeek #PublicHealthAwareness #CovidCaccine

We are encouraged by the tremendous progress that has been made in vaccinating individuals across the US - over 95 million Americans (~28% of the population) are vaccinated. Immunity is powerful! Most of us have likely seen the news concerning adverse events around the COVID-19 vaccine and wanted to take a moment to weigh in. Adverse events tend to be rare and if you are one of the 66 million who have been vaccinated, no need to panic! After receiving the vaccine, if you experience a severe headache that does not go away, significant abdominal or leg pain that does not subside, or increasing shortness of breath, health officials want you to call your doctor immediately. We advise our patients to continue to get vaccinated and listen to health official guidance. #WorldImmunizationWeek #PublicHealthAwareness #CovidCaccine

04/17/2021

#BlackMaternalHealthMatters we have said it before, we practice it every day and will continue to make this a top priority. Unfortunately, COVID-19 has only exacerbated health disparities for pregnant Black women. With this week being #BlackMaternalHealthWeek, we are encouraged to see the White House released a proclamation vowing to address the maternal health crisis. 
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We promise our patients that we will not stop advocating for Black maternal health equity and do our part in providing each and every patient who enters our practice with the best care possible, every step of the way.

#BlackMaternalHealthMatters we have said it before, we practice it every day and will continue to make this a top priority. Unfortunately, COVID-19 has only exacerbated health disparities for pregnant Black women. With this week being #BlackMaternalHealthWeek, we are encouraged to see the White House released a proclamation vowing to address the maternal health crisis. 
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We promise our patients that we will not stop advocating for Black maternal health equity and do our part in providing each and every patient who enters our practice with the best care possible, every step of the way.

04/15/2021

April is STD awareness month and we want to raise awareness around the importance of talking, testing and treating. With a sharp increase in three of the most common STDs in the US, it’s time to take action - all STDs are preventable and if left untreated, some can have a serious impact on your health. We understand this can be a difficult topic to discuss but we are here to listen, test and treat - our office is a judgement free zone. #stdawareness #talktesttreat
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Talk openly with your partner and physician about s*x and STDs.
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Get tested, some STDs do not necessarily manifest symptoms
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If you have an STD, most can be cured with the right medication or treated.

April is STD awareness month and we want to raise awareness around the importance of talking, testing and treating. With a sharp increase in three of the most common STDs in the US, it’s time to take action - all STDs are preventable and if left untreated, some can have a serious impact on your health. We understand this can be a difficult topic to discuss but we are here to listen, test and treat - our office is a judgement free zone. #stdawareness #talktesttreat
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Talk openly with your partner and physician about s*x and STDs.
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Get tested, some STDs do not necessarily manifest symptoms
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If you have an STD, most can be cured with the right medication or treated.

04/02/2021

Surviving COVID both physically and mentally has been taxing over the past year. Some of us have faced the pandemic in complete solitude, while others haven’t had a moment to themselves. A @cdcgov survey found that 41% of respondents reported at least one mental or behavioral health condition during the pandemic. In your next physical or virtual visit, let's talk about your mental health openly and candidly. Our physicians are here to find you the right resources to get you well, physically and mentally. #everystepoftheway

Surviving COVID both physically and mentally has been taxing over the past year. Some of us have faced the pandemic in complete solitude, while others haven’t had a moment to themselves. A @cdcgov survey found that 41% of respondents reported at least one mental or behavioral health condition during the pandemic. In your next physical or virtual visit, let's talk about your mental health openly and candidly. Our physicians are here to find you the right resources to get you well, physically and mentally. #everystepoftheway

03/16/2021

Our Foxhall doctors are committed to making #Blackmaternalhealth a priority. Glad to have @jummy_olabanji @nbcwashington @drlynnelightfoote highlight the importance of the inequalities in health care. Watch the full video via link in bio!

03/09/2021

From all of us at Foxhall, where every day is women’s day, we are excited #internationalwomensday is finally here. Let’s all take a moment to celebrate women’s achievements and reflect on how we can all contribute toward a more gender inclusive and world. #IWD2021 #ChoosetoChallenge

From all of us at Foxhall, where every day is women’s day, we are excited #internationalwomensday is finally here. Let’s all take a moment to celebrate women’s achievements and reflect on how we can all contribute toward a more gender inclusive and world. #IWD2021 #ChoosetoChallenge

02/20/2021

This year, for #blackhistorymonth we recognize Helen Octavia Dickens, MD. In 1945, Dr. Dickens became the first Black woman to receive board certification in obstetrics and gynecology. She was also the first Black woman to be admitted as a fellow of the American College of Surgeons. Please join us in celebrating her leadership and accomplishments.

This year, for #blackhistorymonth we recognize Helen Octavia Dickens, MD. In 1945, Dr. Dickens became the first Black woman to receive board certification in obstetrics and gynecology. She was also the first Black woman to be admitted as a fellow of the American College of Surgeons. Please join us in celebrating her leadership and accomplishments.

02/13/2021

It’s almost Valentine’s Day and we want our patients to show some love for themselves by checking on their hearts! With February also being American Heart Month, it’s a great time to take a step back to ensure you understand your risk factors, get your blood pressure and cholesterol checked, choose heart-healthy foods, aim for regular physical activity, and get the sleep you need (and deserve). Visit the link in our bio for a full list of how to live heart-healthy and talk to us during your next visit! #OurHearts

It’s almost Valentine’s Day and we want our patients to show some love for themselves by checking on their hearts! With February also being American Heart Month, it’s a great time to take a step back to ensure you understand your risk factors, get your blood pressure and cholesterol checked, choose heart-healthy foods, aim for regular physical activity, and get the sleep you need (and deserve). Visit the link in our bio for a full list of how to live heart-healthy and talk to us during your next visit! #OurHearts

02/06/2021

How are your new year's resolutions progressing? Understandably resolutions might be harder to commit to with the current stress of our environment and this year feeling like less of a fresh start than anticipated. With healthy habits being the staple of New Year’s resolutions, the best way to achieve success is to focus on behaviors versus outcomes. Small changes can have a big impact! Read more on 8 healthy habits to start in 2021 via link in bio.

How are your new year's resolutions progressing? Understandably resolutions might be harder to commit to with the current stress of our environment and this year feeling like less of a fresh start than anticipated. With healthy habits being the staple of New Year’s resolutions, the best way to achieve success is to focus on behaviors versus outcomes. Small changes can have a big impact! Read more on 8 healthy habits to start in 2021 via link in bio.

01/15/2021

Many of our pregnant patients ask if they should get the COVID vaccine. For most people, getting the COVID vaccine as soon as possible is the safest choice. However, this vaccine has not yet been studied in pregnant and breastfeeding women. Clink on the link in bio to learn more about the information to weigh in order to make an informed decision on whether or not to get vaccinated while pregnant or breastfeeding.

Many of our pregnant patients ask if they should get the COVID vaccine. For most people, getting the COVID vaccine as soon as possible is the safest choice. However, this vaccine has not yet been studied in pregnant and breastfeeding women. Clink on the link in bio to learn more about the information to weigh in order to make an informed decision on whether or not to get vaccinated while pregnant or breastfeeding.

Photos from Foxhall OBGYN Associates's post 01/11/2021

COVID vaccines ✅ Our physicians have began the COVID vaccine schedule and so far, none have experienced any side effects or adverse events aside from a sore arm 💪🏼, but that’s not going to stop us from being there for you every step of the way. We will continue to keep our patients updated on the roll out of the vaccine as information becomes available to us. #💉 💜

12/24/2020

Happy holiday season to all of our beloved patients, families and friends. We are amazed by your resilience as we continue to navigate these challenging times together. In the new year, we hope to see more of you as we continue to partner with you on your health journey. With love, safety and hope. -The Physicians at Foxhall
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12/03/2020

“Real change, enduring change, happens one step at a time.” - RGB
It’s hard to stay optimistic when everything seems “wrong,” and being optimistic doesn’t mean ignoring negative feelings, it just means being hopeful about the future. We are all in this together, one step at a time. #everystepoftheway 💜

11/27/2020

From all of us at Foxhall OBGYN, we wish a safe and happy Thanksgiving! 🍁🦃🍽

11/23/2020

As if holiday planning wasn’t already stressful, what will the holiday season look like in a pandemic year? The CDC highly recommends that staying home is the best way to protect yourself and loved ones from COVID. If staying home just is not an option this year, be sure to get tested first. COVID tests are at the top of pre-trip checklists these days, and they’re an advisable step toward traveling as safely as possible. Consider that getting tested before a trip could help you avoid spreading the virus this holiday season.

11/18/2020

This year the world has witnessed it’s fair share of social injustice targeted towards the Black community. Racial injustice doesn’t just take the form of brutality, but polarizes the Black community at an institutional level. It’s abundantly clear that medical racism exists when we look at the rates of pregnancy-related deaths in Black women (3x higher than their white peers). Black women could encounter unique risks during their pregnancy, birth and the postpartum period. At Foxhall we take pride in providing a safe practice for Black women and women of color. We’re here to help you navigate and plan through your pregnancy thoughtfully, and most importantly, without bias.

11/13/2020

It’s a happy Friday indeed! We are thrilled to have our very own physicians featured in this month’s Washingtonian Magazine Top Doctors Issue. We pride ourselves on providing care that’s with you every step of the way. From the moment you step through our doors, we are committed to guiding you through your health journey. We’re so humbled that Washington’s community of medical experts agree. Be sure to schedule your next appointment with one of our top docs here at Foxhall.

10/17/2020

This #nationalmammographyday we want to remind our patients that the best defense is early detection. A mammogram can often detect a problem before any physical symptoms. We recommend our patients over 35 receive an annual mammogram. #breastcancerawarenessmonth

09/16/2020

#COVID19 is deeply impacting our communities and our patients. During the pandemic we are working to ensure the needs of our patients. What will help most is stopping the spread of disease and ending this public health crisis. #WearAMask #StopTheSpread @acog_org

09/09/2020

In case you missed it, Foxhall’s Sharon Malone and First Lady, Michelle Obama discussed opening up about menopause on #TheMichelleObamaPodcast. Many women are hesitant to share personal stories about menopause and this is a problem if we want to normalize this challenging time in life and help women get the resources needed to manage it.

We encourage our patients to be open about menopause whether it’s sharing a personal story, learning more or listening. As always, your Foxhall family is here to have that conversation with you every step of the way throughout your health journey. #everystepoftheway

09/03/2020

Friendly PSA for our patients: Flu shot guidelines remain in place, including for patients who are pregnant. Treat getting the flu shot like running other essential errands during COVID-19. Be kind to yourself, your friends, and your community in 2020 and get vaccinated!

08/11/2020

We at Foxhall strive to provide the best care possible and are happy to announce that we are open for all types of in-offices visits, including well-women exams and preventative care. We also proudly offer telemedicine visits. While providing the excellent health care you deserve, it is our goal to maintain the safest environment for our patients, staff and physicians. We continue to closely monitor CDC guidelines, local government mandates and public health advancements and will continue to make changes to meet necessary health and safety requirements. We look forward to working with you along your health care journey. #everystepoftheway 💜

07/31/2020

Have you tuned into Michelle Obama’s new Podcast on Spotify? As if this was not exciting enough news, our very own Dr. Sharon Malone will be a guest in the coming episodes!

The First Lady’s podcast will teach listeners to open up new and hard conversations with the people who matter the most to them. #themichelleobamapodcast

Our OB/GYN Story

At Foxhall OB/GYN Associates, we are committed to guiding and supporting you through your entire health journey—from the moment you step through our doors for the first time.

We do it by going above and beyond with personalized care and always asking the right questions.

We do it by working with you instead of talking at you, because we believe the healthiest outcomes happen when patients are involved in decision-making.

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5215 Loughboro Road NW, Suite 500
Washington D.C., DC
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