I seek to provide the best GYN care possible to women at all stages of their lives. I've been a GYN in the Pawleys Island area for 19 years, after graduating from Jefferson Medical College and practicing in the Philadelphia area. I'm a member of Tidelands Health board of trustees and a winner of the South Carolina Hospital Association's Blackmon Award for Patient Safety. I'm also a member of the South Carolina Birth Outcomes Initiative of the SC Department of Health & Human Services, a team member that won "Baby Friendly" accreditation for Waccamaw and Georgetown Hospitals, and a member of the team that earned Childbirth Center of Excellence designation for Waccamaw Community Hospital (the first hospital in the state to obtain this distinction). In addition to providing full GYN care, I also offer esthetic care for her patients.
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Likelihood of recommending Dr. Gerber to family and friends is 4.3 out of 5
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I think hearing from other patients is important to anyone looking for a gynecologist.
Every patient and her experience is important. I try to build long-lasting relationships with my patients. The positive feedback is welcome and appreciated. Yet, even negative comments can help me improve as a physician.