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.
Foxhall OBGYN Associates has been dedicated to earning the trust and confidence of each and every patient for more than fifty years. Healthcare is constantly evolving and our dedicated physicians and professional staff have been and remain on the cutting edge of the latest medical knowledge, equipment and information technology. Our mission is to provide state of the art medical care with compassion and kindness. We welcome your posts and comments, however, we ask that you avoid posting personal health or contact information to our page. We reserve the right to remove any content which we find compromises individual privacy.
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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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“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 💜
From all of us at Foxhall OBGYN, we wish a safe and happy Thanksgiving! 🍁🦃🍽
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.
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.
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.
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
#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
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
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!
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 💜
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
We have resumed preventative well-woman exams at Foxhall. All doctors have available appointments. In visiting our office, please ensure you are following the safety protocols listed under the resources section on our website. Wearing a mask in the building and our practice is mandatory. We look forward to seeing you, safely! 💜
Today we are taking a moment to pause from the work week to hold gratitude for our amazing patients. Thank you for your partnership in health and appreciation. #💜 #gratitudeattitude
Women who are pregnant or may become pregnant may wonder about the safety of delivering at a hospital in the midst of a pandemic. Know that Sibley Memorial Hospital, Johns Hopkins Medicine (the hospital that delivers more babies than anywhere in Washington, D.C.) has protocols in place to ensure it is clean and safe during delivery. To learn more about Sibley’s expert maternity care and COVID-19 FAQS, visit here: https://bit.ly/3gRaNZg
We may not be able to “with” one another at the moment but take a moment to reflect on who makes you feel your best. Tag a friend and make their day a little brighter because let’s face it, we all need a little something right now! 💜 #mentalhealthmatters
What does the healthcare system need to understand and improve upon surrounding racial and ethnic differences in care? We are listening.
This #memorialday we are honoring the individuals who have lost their lives while serving in the U.S. military. Let today be a moment to reflect upon their bravery and enjoy the company of our family and loved ones - safely and from a distance.
May is #mentalhealthawarenessmonth as many of you may know. We take mental health very seriously and understand many of us may be struggling to navigate these extraordinary times. Know that it’s perfectly normal to not feel “fine,” sometimes we have to lean into the feelings of vulnerability so we can be seen, heard and supported! If you find yourself struggling, we can connect you with resources to help and know that we are here for you #everystepoftheway
Thank you to LEAP Relief for helping to keep our patients and staff safe through their donation of 3D printed face shields. The LEAP Relief program is an effort lead by effort by Stanford graduate students with access to 3D printers, based out of the San Francisco Bay area. These innovative face shields have #NIH approval as well as ours! #supporthealthcareworkers
Happy #nationalnursesday to all of the nurses out there working to keep patients and families healthy, safe and secure. You are our backbone! #healthcareheroes
Live Now: Dr. Sharon Malone discussing women's health, sex and the future of medicine. Tune in!
Due to the ever-changing COVID-19 pandemic, we are now offering to see patients via telemedicine. While our office remains open for OB patients, we will continue to offer all patients access to care virtually. Give us a call today to schedule your telemedicine visit. #togetherathome
On Friday, April 10, 2020, Sibley Memorial Hospital neighbors caravanned down MacArthur Blvd honking horns and cheering out of car windows—starting at the Palisades fire station and ending at Sibley—to pay tribute to fire fighters, police officers, market and take-out operators, and staff here at Sibley during the COVID-19 pandemic.
On Friday, April 10, 2020, Sibley Memorial Hospital neighbors caravanned down MacArthur Blvd honking horns and cheering out of car windows—starting at the Pa...
We are incredibly humbled and moved by the outpouring of support for healthcare workers during this incredibly trying time. Thank you for your support, we do what we do for you. #everystepoftheway 💜
Thank you to Dana Robinson and Dr. Reginald Robinson for sending lunch to our team today. We are so grateful and thank you to everyone for your continued support during these trying times!
Pregnant women may have a number of concerns amid COVID-19. Foxhall's Dr. Richard Beckerman addresses these concerns in his interview with ABC 7 News - WJLA. Watch the full video here. https://bit.ly/2JJn2bR
wjla.com New York has become the epicenter of the coronavirus and right now over 100,000 cases of COVID-19 have been reported with nearly 3,000 deaths. Those numbers have raised concerns from pregnant women in the state which is why many of them are trying to deliver their babies in the DMV. Dr. Richard Beck...
Figuring out how to manage polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) can be confusing and frustrating. One out of 10 women of child-bearing age suffers from this hormonal disorder that can prompt some pretty undesirable outcomes including: irregular periods, excess facial hair, acne and weight gain. The cause is still unclear, but there are dietary and hormonal treatments available that may help reduce symptoms. Ask your doctor to walk you through your options so you can finally feel in control of your body again.
We are excited to greet another new member of the Foxhall family. Dr. Lauren Messinger’s new little one Boyd Robert (Bo for short) joined the world this past December. We are so in love. Mom, family and baby are happy and thriving!
We are bashing breast cancer tonight at the DCNewsbash. This event will help raise critical awareness of breast cancer and raise funds to help ease the financial burden for DMV women impacted by breast cancer.
cancer and raise funds to help ease the financial burden for DMV women impacted by breast cancer. #🎀
February 3, recognizes the path female doctors have paved since 1849 as National Women’s Physician Day. We are honored to celebrate the progress women have made in medicine today and everyday. 💜#nationalwomensphysicianday
If you’re over 40, and feeling forgetful, foggy or just not yourself at work, it could be perimenopause. In fact, 50% of women experiencing it have said it negatively impacted their ability to do their job to the usual standard yet, because of the lack of support available. Companies should actively implement HR policies surrounding perimenopause and menopause since it will affect half of the workforce. Training managers on the symptoms, and offering simple solutions like remote workdays and cooler office spaces are only a couple great examples of how companies can start supporting their female employees through this life change.
You can protect yourself against cervical cancer with regular screenings and the HPV vaccine. Cervical cancer is the only gynecologic cancer that can be prevented or found early. Talk to us about ways to protect yourself during your next visit. #cervicalcancerawarenessmonth
If we all threw our problems in a pile and saw everyone else's, we'd grab ours back. You never know what anyone else is going through, that’s why random acts of kindness truly make an impact. No one is always “on top” in life, so pay it forward and perhaps when you’re in a valley, someone may extend the same warmth when you least expect it.
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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