Dr. Stephanie Gordon
Dr. Stephanie Gordon is one of the few true Atlanta natives. She was born
at Georgia Baptist Hospital while her mother finished nursing school there.
She graduated from Georgia Tech with a degree in genetics and molecular
biology. She is double Board Certified in general Ob/Gyn as well as in the new field of urogynecology. Dr. Gordon
was one of the first physicians in the nation to become Board Certified in Female Pelvic Medicine and
Reconstructive Surgery, also known as Urogynecology in 2013. She is a proctor to other physicians who wish to learn incontinence
and pelvic prolapse procedures. She has been voted "TOP DOC" in Henry
County's H Magazine multiple times.
She moved back to Georgia and practiced OB/GYN in a private practice in Stockbridge before starting her own private practice based in Conyers, GA. She founded the Women’s Center in 2003 as a gynecology and surgery practice dedicated to providing individualized care for women. Her practice quickly grew to expand to a Henry County office in Stockbridge. Now the practice offers 5 practitioners to help fulfill her vision of comprehensive care for women.
Dr. Gordon offers a complete array of services to her patients, and her special focus is on treatment of heavy periods, incontinence, and minimally invasive surgeries. She sees patients in both offices and operates at Piedmont Henry Hospital and Rockdale Medical Center.
When asked why did she go into gynecology, Dr. Gordon replies, "It is a wonderful field of medicine to practice. I get to see my patients on a reoccurring basis so I really get to know them and their families. Together, we can quickly identify their concerns and make a plan-together. I always include my patients in the decision making process. Many of my patients problems can be resolved or improved in a short time frame. They are happy to get better and get on with their busy lives!" Dr. Gordon lives in McDonough with her husband, David, and her three daughters who keep her life busy. She loves to travel to warm places, reads voraciously, and never improves her tennis game.