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All Posts by Susan Kerrigan, MD

About Susan Kerrigan, MD

Dr. Susan Kerrigan is married and a full time mother of four school aged children. She attended The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a BS in Biology. She then followed in her grandfather's footsteps to The Medical College of Virginia (MCV) where she earned her MD. She stayed on at MCV for a four year residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology, followed by a fellowship in Urogynecology at The Cleveland Clinic Foundation in Cleveland, Ohio. She is currently taking a sabbatical from medicine.

Choosing Your Medical Specialty: Obstetrics and Gynecology

Choosing Your Medical Specialty - OB/GYN |

Why I Chose to Become an Ob/Gyn Physician – My interest in medicine began with my grandmother, who was a labor and delivery nurse. I used to visit regularly and listened to her exciting stories. My grandfather was a general […]

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For Graduating Residents and Fellows: Employed or Private Practice Model?

For Graduating Physician Residents and Fellows: Employed or Private Practice Model?

You are completing the formal training of your specialty and are now faced with how and where to practice medicine. Medical schools and residencies provide little information on the business of medicine. The Affordable Care Act is placing more constraints […]

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Obstetrics & Gynecology: A Rewarding & Unique Medical Specialty

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Obstetrics and Gynecology (OBGYN) is the only specialty in which physicians are trained to do both medical and surgical care of patients. Women’s healthcare allows you to serve women throughout all phases of their lives, from teenager to older menopausal women. […]

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Top 15 Things I Wish I Knew Before Medical School

Medical School

Medical school is expensive! I went to an out-of-state school instead of staying at my in-state school for the prestige. You will learn the same knowledge and still be called a doctor once you graduate, no matter where you go. […]

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Balancing Medicine and Motherhood

We all did well in high school, went for the best college we could get into, made great grades, and worked even harder in medical school to get that coveted residency. What is the difference between women and men physicians? […]

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