Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency

Alumni Spotlight 


Alumni Testimonials

  • Ginger Baker, MD, MS Class of 2021

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    "The Morehouse OB/GYN proram was my number one choice, and I was ecstatic when they also chose me. The 4 years spent there was nothing short of transformative. No experience will compare to learning OB/GYN in the setting of a busy public safety net hospital in downtown Atlanta. This learning experience is supported by a close knit family of residents, faculty and administration who are all committed to excellence in patient care. I especially value the time spent developing skills in gynecological surgery with patient and excellent faculty. In reflecting on my time there, I have nothing but gratitude for the countless efforts made to push me to be the best I can be. It's exciting to start a new journey as a generalist with everything I have learned. My time at Morehouse will always hold a special place in my heart." 

    OBGYN Generalist
    Seven Hills Women's Health Centers, Cincinnati, OH

  • De’smond Henry, MD Class of 2020

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    “MSM was my #1 choice for OBGYN residency. I chose this program because the mission aligned with my career goals and I felt that it would be the best program to prepare me to return to rural Georgia to practice as a generalist.I learned so much during my time at MSM and I’ve seen a lot. I’ve also became more compassionate, learned the importance of respecting the nurses and other medical staff and I also learned how to lead. But the best thing about MSM is that I was trained by people who look like me and I never felt out of place or judged. And now that I’m an attending, the voices of my MSM Attendings echo in my head as I’m treating patients. I knew that I was lucky to train at MSM but I did not realize just how lucky I was until I started to practice on my own.”

    OBGYN Generalist
    Southwest Georgia Healthcare Clinics  

  • Fyama Wenner, MD, FACOG Class of 2009

    “Matching at Morehouse for Ob/Gyn was one of the best things that has happened to me in my professional career. I was taught by great physicians how to not only be a competent and skilled Ob/Gyn but how to also be an empathetic and compassionate doctor.

    Working at a facility like Grady, showed me the impact that a physician can have on a community. We provide excellent care to an underserved community that may not otherwise be able to receive care due to lack of insurance.”

    Perinatologist (Maternal Fetal Medicine Specialist)
    Atlanta Maternal-Fetal Medicine


Program Statistics

  • Board Pass Rates
    BoardRates2014-2019
  • Fellowships

    Class of 2001
    Lisa Saul, MD
    Maternal Fetal Medicine, University of California, Irvine

    Class of 2007
    Aiyanna Burton (Anderson), MD
    Maternal Fetal Medicine, Robert Wood Johnson University

    Class of 2008
    Jamil Harp, MD
    Advanced Pelvic Surgery, Southeastern Gynecologic Oncology (SEGO)

    Class of 2009
    Lisa Golik, MD
    Advanced Pelvic Surgery, Southeastern Gynecologic Oncology (SEGO)

    Fyama Wenner, MD
    Maternal Fetal Medicine, Emory University School of Medicine

    Class of 2016
    Regina Lee, MD
    Gynecologic Oncology, State University of New York Downstate Medical Center

    Class of 2017
    Charisma Manley, MD
    Maternal Fetal Medicine, Emory University School of Medicine

    Valencia Miller, MD
    Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery, Newton-Wellesley Hospital

    Class of 2018
    Ciara Talbot, MD
    Maternal Fetal Medicine, Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak

    Class of 2019
    Emily Wang, MD
    Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

    Ashley Wiltshire, MD
    Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, New York University Langone Health

    Class of 2021
    Gail Ohaegbulam, MD
    Maternal Fetal Medicine, University of Mississippi Medical Center