About


In 1998, seven of the finest local OB/GYN practices joined together to form Capital Women’s Care. Today, with over 55 locations in Maryland, Virginia, and DC, we are the largest and most successful private OB/GYN practice in the mid-Atlantic region. We are proud of our standards of clinical excellence that result from the exchange of ideas and information between physicians across the region.

Our Mission

The providers of Capital Women’s Care seek the highest quality medical and ethical standard in an environment that nurtures the spirit of caring for every woman.

What makes Capital Women’s Care unique?

Our premier group consists of more than 200 physicians, nurse practitioners, physician’s assistants and certified nurse midwives. Together, we offer choices for obstetric, gynecologic, and specialized women’s health care services. The Capital Women’s Care network enables rapid coordination with specialists to address your individual medical needs, including second opinions, oncology services, high risk pregnancy care, ultrasounds and surgical procedures. Surgical Centers providing outpatient gynecological surgery and osteoporosis screening have been established to provide immediate access to the latest medical technologies.

COVID-19 Update:

Practice protocols are being adjusted to protect our patients, staff, and loved ones. Please reference below information for guidance.
  • Telemedicine is now offered to patients for qualified appointment types, please call our office to schedule.
  • Have an appointment and concerned about COVID-19: All necessary precautions are being taken for the safety of our patients. OB appointments are being kept with some restrictions for prevention. If you have a wellness exam or other gynecological concerns, please contact our office for scheduling options.
  • Staying prepared for COVID-19: Our office is up to date with the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommendations. We are closely monitoring this evolving situation and our leadership and clinicians are in constant communication to strategize proactively in order to maintain readiness.
  • Resources: The CDC has resourceful information regarding: Pregnancy, breastfeeding, prevention, symptoms, and much more! Click on the link for additional information: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prepare/pregnancy-breastfeeding.html
Please contact the office with any questions or concerns. On behalf of your providers and staff, we look forward to seeing you stay healthy!

Call Us: 301.530.2235