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Qualifications and Experience
If you are experiencing shortness of breath, chest pain or any other emergency, please call 911. Meghan Valentine, MD is an Obstetrician and Gynecologist with the GW Medical Faculty Associates and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences. Dr. Valentine received her medical degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She completed her residency at Washington University in St. Louis. Dr. Valentine's clinical interests include preventive care, contraceptive options, adolescent gynecology, abnormal uterine bleeding, and minimally invasive surgery. She performs office procedures including diagnostic hysteroscopy, saline infusion sonography, Essure sterilization, colposcopy, and LEEP. Her academic interests include education at both the medical student and resident level. She is an active member of The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) and The Society for Academic Generalists (SASGOG). Dr. Valentine feels privileged to work with women and their families throughout their lives. She looks forward to partnering with her patients and using the best evidence-based medicine to provide comprehensive and compassionate care.
Verified Patient Reviews
Dr. Valentine is professional, kind, and very knowledgeable. I came to her on a recommendation from a friend and I too would recommend her to anyone.
Dr. Valentine was wonderful. Personable, knowledgeable, and kind.
Meghan was great! She was everything you want with this type of visit - professional, friendly, and easy to talk to.
The doctor was kind and thoughtful. She took the time to review my medical history and hear my concerns.
Dr. Valentine was great! She has a gentle touch and manner. Just a word of warning: because GW is a teaching hospital, a third year male medical student performed my exam. This didn't bother me--he was very professional and Dr. Valentine double checked everything he did, but this might be useful information for future patients.
Dr. Valentine was super friendly and warm, and I felt totally at ease with her. I am happy to make her my regular doc!
Dr. Valentine was very attentive and had wonderful bedside manners. I would highly recommend Dr. Valentine as your OB/GYN!
Dr. Valentine was wonderful. I went to her for an IUD insertion and she was kind, thorough, and happy to answer questions. Highly recommend her!
My appointment with Dr. Valentine was one of the best OBGYN visits I've ever experienced. I was very nervous before my IUD insertion but she made it as painless as possible. I was expecting it to be a 10/10 in pain but was actually a 2/10. I highly recommend Dr Valentine!
The learning medical student didn't really know what she was doing and took a lot of time which was annoying.
I went for an IUD insertion. While the procedure was not comfortable (that's the nature of the procedure, not a knock on Dr. V), Dr. Valentine took her time explaining everything so that I was clear what was happening, but did everything possible to get through it quickly to minimize my discomfort. She's also a big cheerleader for Mirena, so if that's what your considering, she's a great person for it.
Very efficient office - I checked in at a kiosk and everything seemed to run smoothly. The nurse who did my vitals was professional and nice, as was Dr. Valentine. She addressed all my concerns, was very reassuring and had a gentle touch with my annual exam.
Dr. Valentine is very professional and easy to talk with.
She was very quick, to the point, and offered me a variety of treatment options that matched my stated needs as a patient.
Very personable and knowledgeable.
Dr. Valentine was really great - so nice and pleasant to talk to; the nurse who led me to the examination room was also very nice and helpful. However, the front desk receptionist was abrupt, curt, and quite frankly, a little rude. I came into the office for the first time and the receptionist did not acknowledge me, and so I went on my own to check in at the kiosk, assuming that the kiosk was for check in. Then I went up to the receptionist and let her know that I was there for me x:xx(Time) appointment - she just stared at me like I said something not worth her time, and curtly told me, "okay you can wait". I asked her, do I need to fill out any forms or show you any cards, and she said again, "you can just go wait." It was early morning and I just thought she could have been friendlier and more helpful. Then at the end of the visit, I went up to her to see if I needed to do anything else to conclude the visit and she just glared at me and said no. Then I recalled that Dr. Valentine mentioned something about a patient portal, so I brought that up to the receptionist and she then (seemingly reluctantly) gave me the notepad and paperwork to fill out. I just think the customer service could be improved at the front desk - just a smile or a hello, and an overall more friendly and positive attitude at the doctor's would make the visit a more pleasant one.