Dr. Paul MacKoul, The Center for Innovative GYN Care

Dr. MacKoul specializes in advanced laparoscopic surgery for the treatment of gynecological cancers as well as benign conditions such as fibroids, ovarian masses and endometriosis. Patients from throughout the Washington DC metro area seek his consultation and services. In addition to his exceptional technical skills, he is highly regarded for his warm and caring manner. Dr. MacKoul is board certified in both Gynecology and Gynecologic Oncology. As a leader in the field of laparoscopy, he has presented at major national meetings and been published in world renowned medical journals. He is frequently sought as a medical expert on techniques for minimally invasive removal of non-cancerous, pre-cancerous, and cancerous tumors. Dr. MacKoul founded and serves as Director of The Center for Innovative GYN Care (formerly known as Women’s Surgery Center) and is affiliated with many hospitals in Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia. He is the Director of Gynecologic Laparoscopy at Holy Cross Hospital, the former Director of GYN Oncology at George Washington University Hospital and Washington Hospital Center, and former associate clinical professor at George Washington University Medical Center. Dr. MacKoul completed his fellowship in gynecologic oncology at the University of North Carolina, and his residency in OB/GYN at the University of Maryland. He graduated from Medical School at Tufts University after completing a Masters degree at Vincent T. Lombardi Cancer Center. He earned his undergraduate Bachelor degree from The College of the Holy Cross.

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