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If you are experiencing shortness of breath, chest pain or any other emergency, please call 911. Jennifer Keller, MD, MPH, FACOG, is board-certified in Obstetrics & Gynecology and an Associate Professor at The George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences. Dr. Keller attended Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago, IL before coming to Washington for her residency training. Dr. Keller is the Director of the residency program in Obstetrics and Gynecology and enjoys educating the next generation of physicians. Dr. Keller specializes in providing patient-centered, evidence-based care for her patients. She values the patient-physician relationship and feels very privileged to be able to provide care to women and their families through their entire lives. Dr. Keller believes that her patients are her partners when they arrive for medical care, and that medical decision should be a process of ongoing collaboration between the physician and patient. Her areas of interest include preventative care, contraception, the management of abnormal Pap test and minimally invasive surgery. Dr. Keller is board-certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology and is a Fellow in the American Congress of Obstetrician Gynecologists (ACOG). She serves on a number of committees with ACOG and as the District IV Young Physician member.
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It was amazing! Staff was great, checkin was fast, and Dr Keller was phenomenal. Attentive, communicative, and with a desire to connect in order to provide appropriate care for my needs/concerns...all creating a pleasant experience overall!
Dr. Keller has a wonderful demeanor and is thorough with her explanations. I felt confident and comfortable in her care.
Dr. Keller is very friendly and professional. I appreciated how she took the time to explain things to me and answer my questions, but also worked efficiently so the visit did not take too long.
Dr Keller was very pleasant and listened to my concerns without rushing me, would highly recommend.
Extremely professional great beside manner. Listened intently and the appointment did not feel rushed.
I like how professional she was. She treated me as if she already knew me.
I was a new patient with Dr. Keller. The office either didn't receive my medical history and insurance information from Zocdoc, or didn't manage to get it into their system before the appointment, because I was asked for both again. Otherwise, it was a great appointment. About a twenty minute wait, and Dr. Keller was lovely.
Awesome visit. I felt very comfortable with Dr. Keller and the medical student Gia. The check in process was painless. The check out was smooth and K/Crystal was sweet and helpful when scheduling the next appt. A little bit over an hour from check in to check out. I did a lot of research before deciding on Dr. Keller, and it paid off. It was just my first visit, but I don't foresee anything changing.
I was a new patient, and Dr. Keller was so attentive. She asked me questions about my personal life, career, health, etc. so she was able to tailor her recommendations accordingly. I appreciated her patience and the time she spent explaining all my options and the reasoning behind each of her suggestions so that I could make informed decisions. I didn't feel like she was judgmental or impatient, and I look forward to her being a partner in my health care.
She was not very informative and did not listen very well as I was explaining my history (being a new patient). The wait was rather long, and I left pretty unsatisfied. I will likely find a new OBGYN.
I love the staff at this office and Dr. Keller. Everyone was kind and informative. Dr. Keller took care to answer any question I had. I would gladly go back in the future.
She's so nice!! She was my OBGYN last year for my 1st pregnancy and she took care of me all the way through! My blood pressure spiked 2 weeks before my due date and she made sure I was all taken care of during those last couple weeks so that my baby was safe. She really was so informative of everything the whole way through. Now I'm back to her as my normal Gyno.
Excellent doctor. She was very professional and thoughtful.
So, to be completely fair, this review involves several people - not just Dr. Keller. I didn't quite realize she worked with a big practice/GW, so when I stepped off the elevator, and walked in to a line of people just to check in, I was realllly nervous it was going to take hours. Within a few minutes of checking in with the kiosks, I was called up to give insurance, etc., and just a few minutes after that I was called back. Super, super fast timing. I didn't realize this is a teaching hospital, but the Dr. asked kindly if I would consent to having a resident be part of the proceedings. Totally fine with me, and he was actually pretty awesome. Between both of them, they were incredibly thorough. The resident took all my family history, concerns, etc. and relayed to the Dr. before she came back in. Dr. Keller always let me know what she was doing and why during the check up (whether this was because she was teaching or for my benefit, I don't know, but it was great.) Last of all, they were both just very kind and respectful. I am in the minority and don't think I want kids, and when the Dr. asked, (I'm around the time this would start becoming something I need to think more about if I wanted it to happen) she wasn't dismissive or doubtful. I just really appreciated that she listened to what I was saying and respected my thoughts/opinions. tldr; Go to Dr. Keller. She's great, and the resident she was working with/nurses/reception were also great.
She was professional and efficient. I was in and out in 30 minutes - never done that before!!
Dr. Keller is very thorough. She takes the time to explain everything and answer any questions you have.
Dr. Keller was so informative, nice, and eager to answer all of my questions. Minor hiccups regarding wait times for a couple of my appointments but nothing that would turn me away. Dr. Keller in addition to the entire staff were very great to work with.
The office was very busy with lots of expecting mothers, which I thought was a positive thing. She was very patient and understanding, and treated me with kindness.
She is excellent very attentive and cares about your health and only give the best advice on health and medicine I would highly recommend her to anyone who needs a obgyn
Dr. Keller, Marsha the nurse, and Zoe the 3rd year medical student, were all awesome. Marsha took my vitals, didn't give me any grief about not wanting to be weighed, and then Dr. Keller came in and asked if a medical student could sit in on my check up. I didn't mind, especially because Dr.Keller said it was a female medical student. I doubt I would have felt as comfortable doing so if it were a male medical student though. The medical student, Zoe, came in to do the initial intake form. Asked me questions about my health and life history. She was very easy to talk, friendly and professional. I noted this was the first time I had been to an obgyn, spoke on my previous eating disorder and concern on whether it affected my reproductive health, discussed cultural differences (being Asian American, discussing lady health just isn't done that often and sex and healthy sexual relationships are a big no-no discussion). She went over the basics of the exam - breast check, stirrups, and cervic and pap smear device. Dr. Keller came in and we discussed a little more indepth on my intake form and she gave advice on best practices for breast care and sex health care/STD screenings and birth control and Plan B. Then she performed the exam and Zoe watched and also performed parts of it. The pap smear was eh in terms of comfort but that's hardly surprising. Everything was professional. Dr.Keller and Zoe are both very compassionate and well informed. = The wait time and the front office staff though... Look man, I get it. It's late in the day in the middle of the week, but the amount of 'tude I got was a little (lot) absurd. The wait was at least an hour. It was my first time there so I followed the directions in the front of the office which was the stand behind the umbrella sign and wait to get called over by one of the 3 attendants. The directions were confusing though because apparently I was supposed to sign in first with the electronic register? Just standing there took a while. Then I got to the front and filled out a waiver, asked a couple questions (got serious side eye for them - like, where is your policy that I am signing this waiver for?). Then because apparently I didn't get signed in properly? I had to go back up to the front and check in on that and the attendant asked "Why didn't you sign in on the register? Who did you talk to in the front desk?" and I was like ....you... *stare* The waiting room is very busy. I assume because they have a lot of doctors...At least I hope that's why :\
I was seen in a very timely manner and Dr Keller was thorough and professional.
She is very pleasant and she makes you feel comfortable. I love that she knows her patients very well.
Dr. Keller was wonderful. She was very attentive and displayed a genuine concern and interest in my health. She made me feel very comfortable and her staff at GW are also very pleasant.
Very friendly, knowledgable, and professional
I love Dr. Keller her bedside manner and caring are second to none!!!
Dr Keller was personable and thorough. She made me feel comfortable and made sure that all of my questions were answered.
She was great- exceeded expectations and answered all of my questions! A+
Dr. Keller was amazing - she listened to my concerns, formulated a plan, and made me feel very comfortable. Her staff was incredibly helpful and well organized. My experience was so refreshing when healthcare can be so complicated and less than pleasant some days!
Dr. Keller is very professional, and she is also very concern about her patients personal life. She is very easy to talk to.
Dr. Keller was great overall. She was professional, easy to talk to, and respectful. She asked for my permission to have a medical student (or resident, not sure which) watch my exam and ask me for my medical history. I happily agreed. He was pretty awkward about it - if I were younger, his discomfort with the situation would have really affected me - but I don't begrudge her at all for that. That's the point of learning! But what I do wish is that she had made time at the end of the appointment for me to give her feedback on him. She didn't watch him when he took my history, which is when he made some mistakes due to inexperience and ignorance. I would have appreciated the opportunity to give her feedback that she could then pass on to him. I think it would have both improved the learning aspect of the visit and also would have made me feel like an important part of the learning process.