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Dr. Mary Murray offers both knowledge and experience to her patients at Southern Connecticut Women's Health Care Associates, located in Milford, Connecticut in the New Haven County area. She earned her undergraduate degree from Mercer University and her M.D. from the Georgia Health Sciences University. She continued her education at the Medical College of Georgia with an internship in Family Medicine and then a residency as an OB/GYN at Albert Einstein Hospital in New York. Dr. Murray has been a board certified as a doctor since 2003. She served as the Chief of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Milford Hospital and also at the Nantucket Cottage Hospital. In nearly 15 years of being board certified, Dr. Mary Murray has cared for women's health issues, talked with, diagnosed, and helped women achieve optimum health. She believes that women's health is important because women face health and healthcare issues that are dynamic, and always changing. In addition to providing world-class care, Dr. Mary Murray offers minimally-invasive gynecological surgeries so women recover faster, have less pain, and can lead normal lives. Dr. Murray also is one of the few surgeons was performs robotic surgery, which is on the cutting edge of Obstetrics and Gynecological technology. She has trained using the DaVinci robot to give her patients the highest quality care and takes great pride in the amount of training she has done to provide this service. Dr. Murray is a member in good standing of the Fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (FACOG) who also awarded and recognized her research work involving HPV. Dr. Murray promotes both preventative care and surgery as well as a host of other services that help women obtain optimum health. She believes there is room for both prevention and surgery in the realm of women's health, especially since women's bodies undergo such radical changes as they age. Surgery is often necessary when dealing with women's health issues, such as fibroids, cancer, and pain. Prevention is a key foundation for keeping women healthy and plays a center-stage role in how Dr. Mary Murray cares for each of her patients.