Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship

TriHealth's Fellowship Program in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery offers comprehensive training in all areas of urogynecology and reconstructive pelvic surgery. The program emphasizes diagnostic evaluation and management of lower urinary tract dysfunction, pelvic organ prolapse, defecatory dysfunction, sexual function problems, pelvic pain, and complicated, benign pelvic surgery.

Experience in Medical and Surgical Treatments

Fellows gain experience by working with a large clinical volume of patients who are managed both medically and surgically. Medical management includes biofeedback, physical therapy, pharmacologic therapy, and the use of pessaries. Surgical management includes a wide variety of procedures performed abdominally, vaginally, and laparoscopically/robotically. We also employ a complete approach to diagnostic testing, including multichannel urodynamics, cystoscopy, endoanal ultrasound, and neurophysiologic testing.

Active Faculty

Our faculty is directly involved with the program, accredited since 1999 through the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. One fellow is accepted per year, with three now in the program.

In addition, our division has a very active research focus, including a full-time research nurse and support through the Hatton Institute for Research and Education. Visit our research page to learn more about current studies.

Fellowship Faculty

Active Faculty

Rachel Pauls - urogynecologyRachel N. Pauls MD FACOG FPMRS

Urogynecology Fellowship Program Director and Director of Clinical Research

Practice: Urogynecologist and Pelvic Reconstructive Surgeon at Cincinnati Urogynecology Associates

Steven-Kleeman-MD-FellowshipSteven D. Kleeman MD FACOG FPMRS

Director, Division of Urogynecology

Associate Urogynecology Fellowship Program Director

Practice: Urogynecologist and Pelvic Reconstructive Surgeon at Cincinnati Urogynecology Associates

 Crisp_200xCatrina C. Crisp MD MSc FACOG FPMRS

Faculty, Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery
Director of Resident Research and Education

Urogynecologist and Pelvic Reconstructive Surgeon at Cincinnati Urogynecology Associates

Member of the Good Samaritan and Bethesda North Department Quality Advisory Board and member of the Good Samaritan Hospital Bylaws Committee

Ayman Mahdy MDAyman Mahdy, MD

Faculty, Urology; University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

KKevin Schuler MDevin Schuler MD

Faculty, Gynecologic Oncology

James Donovan MD

Director, Division of Urology; University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

Kathleen Novicki PT

Physical Therapist, Center for Pelvic Floor and Core Rehabilitation

Current Fellows

Donna-MazloomdoostDr. Donna Mazloomdoost

3rd Year Fellow

Donna Mazloomdoost, MD grew up in Lexington, KY. She graduated from Emory University School of Medicine in 2003 and completed her residency at the University of Cincinnati in 2007. She then went into academic practice as an OBGYN at Georgetown University in Washington, DC until returning to pursue her fellowship in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery in 2013. She will be moving back to the Washington, DC area upon completion of her fellowship.

Jennifer Yeung OB Jennifer Yeung MD

2nd Year Fellow

Benjamin Smith MD

1st Year Fellow

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