What do you get when you combine the warm welcome of your best girlfriend with a highly trained medical doctor? Keisa Anderson. Dr. Anderson always wanted to make a positive impact in the lives of women, so she decided to become an OB/GYN. After attending medical school at the Medical College of Georgia, she went on to complete her residency at Washington Hospital Center in Washington D.C. The Atlanta-native knew she wanted to return to her roots to care for the women of her beloved hometown and after a few years of practice, she joined North Atlanta OB/GYN. Helping women understand and admire their bodies throughout the various seasons of life is Dr. Anderson’s passion. She has helped countless women achieve their health goals through individualized care with nutrition, exercise, and more customized treatments like hormone optimization, BioTE, and MonaLisa Touch laser vaginal rejuvenation therapy. With more than 16 years of experience, Dr. Anderson still enjoys all aspects of women’s health. Whether she is guiding her patients to the right form of contraception, supporting a healthy pregnancy and labor experience, or providing relief from things like fibroids, abnormal periods, decreased libido, or menopause, you can always be certain of one thing, you are going to leave her office feeling like you just had coffee with your smartest girlfriend.
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