Beverly Fuller, MD, FACOG, understands the importance that being a good listener plays in forming personal connections with patients. She is committed to developing the trust, comfort, and healing power of strong doctor-patient relationships. Dr. Fuller graduated in 1984 with a BS in biochemistry from Iowa State University, where she was honored as department valedictorian. She earned her MD¬†and completed her internship and residency in obstetrics and gynecology at Vanderbilt University Hospital in Nashville, Tennessee.
Dr. Fuller has practiced medicine in¬†Medford since 1992, and now is the managing partner of Medford Women’s Clinic. She specializes¬†in gynecological issues such as¬†evaluation and treatment of abnormal pap smears, treating postmenopausal prolapse and incontinence ¬†issues, screening for and treating female malignancies, and finding solutions for heavy and/or painful menstrual cycles. Valued by her peers as a skilled surgeon, Dr. Fuller opts for a conservative approach whenever possible.¬†Dr. Fuller performs all types on gyn surgery including laparoscopies and the new¬† robotic procedures.
In her spare time, Dr. Fuller¬†spends time with her husband, children and¬†numerous pets. A long-time gardening enthusiast, she also finds joy in growing orchids.