Thank you to our valued patients for voting Elite Women’s Health as Fredericksburg’s Best OB/GYN!
Awarded Best of the Burg “Best OB/GYN Practice” 7th year in a row
Awarded #1 OB/GYN by Fredericksburg Parent & Family for the 8th year in a row
The experienced, compassionate providers and staff of Elite Women’s Health deliver comprehensive obstetrical, gynecological, and surgical care
Our goal is simple. We aim to exceed your expectations from the moment you walk into our office. You can rest assured that the OB/GYN care you receive at Elite Women’s Health will be of the highest quality. We know little things mean a lot! From heated beds and cloth gowns to short wait times and highly individualized attention, we want your visit to be as comfortable and stress-free as possible.
At Elite Women’s Health we strive to provide exceptional medical services to women at every stage of their lives without compromising on the human touch. Our board certified OB/GYN providers and staff deliver comprehensive gynecological, obstetrical, and surgical care in a sensitive and caring environment.
Our OB/GYN physicians are Dr. Leedylyn Stadulis, Dr. Zeenat Patel, Dr. Brittany Bowler, and Dr. Manjari Kumar.
In addition, the clinical team includes our wonderful nurse practitioners and Certified Nurse-Midwives, offering patients a wide array of midwifery OB/GYN care. A graduate-level degree in nurse-midwifery is a requirement to become a Certified-Nurse Midwife.
If you are seeking low medical intervention in your labor and delivery planning, the midwives of Elite Women’s Health are here for you! Our team of midwives, OB/GYN physicians, and nurse practitioners work together to help you achieve your personal goals for your pregnancy and childbirth.
A woman and her ob/gyn provider have a very personal relationship, and we believe no women should settle for less than elite care. We strive to provide cohesive obstetrical, gynecological, and surgical care to our patients throughout our practice via our providers, nurses, staff, and surgery coordinator.
Tips for handling the most common issues in pregnancy including breast tenderness, constipation, dizziness, fatigue, frequent urination, headache, heartburn, hemorrhoids, leg cramps, mood changes, nosebleeds, bleeding gums, pelvic discomfort, shortness of breath, swelling of hands and feet, skin changes, stretch marks, insomnia, and vaginal discharge.
Endometriosis is a common condition that affects about one in 10 women, but often goes undiagnosed for years. Endometriosis is a leading cause of infertility and affects up to half of women who experience infertility.