Dr. Simon treats women from adolescence through the menopause transition, and beyond, encouraging his patients to be part of their own wellness, disease prevention, treatment and recovery. An esteemed clinical researcher, his interests include clinical management of peri-and postmenopausal women, female sexual dysfunction, osteoporosis, contraception and reproductive endocrinology. He has served as principal investigator on over 300 clinical trials, research grants and scholarships in the area of women’s health, which enables him to offer his patients one-of-a-kind opportunities to experience the latest innovations in the field.
George Washington University Medical School
Dr. Marilyn Jerome
5215 Loughboro Road NW, Suite 500
Washington, DC 20016-2695
The senior partner at Foxhall, Dr. Jerome is the heart and soul of the practice. Her strengths include her sound clinical judgment and her expert surgical skills. Her patients love her down-to-earth and empathetic approach. She is considered one of the best doctors in Washington, DC.
University of Cincinnati Medical School
Dr. Robin Kroll, OB-GYN, Director (L)
Dr. Nancy Tipton, Gynecologist (R)
Seattle Women’s Health, Research, Gynecology
3216 NE 45th Place, Suite 100
Seattle, WA 98105
A leader in women’s healthcare, Dr. Kroll lectures frequently throughout the country on topics including perimenopause, menopause, osteoporosis, and start of the art developments in hormone replacement. Her special interests include menopause, vulvar disorders, and female sexual dysfunction.
Medical College of Pennsylvania
Dr. Tipton specializes in menopause and research and has lectured extensively on menopause, hormone replacement therapies and cervical cancer screening. She also spent many years mentoring University of Washington gynecology residents and advanced training gynecologic surgery fellows.
University of Washington
Dr. Kate Kass
Regenerative Medicine Practitioner
11820 Northup Way Suite E-105
Bellevue, WA 98005
As a functional medicine physician, Dr. Kass treats a broad range of acute and chronic conditions and specializes in hormone health, menopause, bioidentical hormones and hormone pellets, sexual health and function. She embraces the philosophy of treating the system instead of individual symptoms.
National College of Natural Medicine
Dr. Massey and Angela Thompson answer all her patients’ questions and concerns, and strive everyday to make them comfortable and happy. Practice specialties include urinary incontinence, overall breast health and treatment of abnormal uterine bleeding,
Dr. Massey, West Virginia University School of Medicine
Dr. Williams is especially skilled at managing menopausal symptoms and earned advanced certification from the North American Menopause Society. She is also highly experienced with abnormal uterine bleeding, uterine fibroids and abnormal PAP smears.
Meharry Medical College School of Medicine
Dr. Sheridan specializes in comprehensive women’s health.
University of Washington School of Medicine