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Dr. Gisele McKinney, Obstetrician/Gynecologist

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Uploaded on Sep 12, 2011

Gisele McKinney, MD is a board certified obstetrician/gynecologist on
staff at Lake Charles Memorial Hospital for Women. She provides women
with comprehensive treatment and preventive care for acute and chronic
conditions, pregnancy and family planning, menopause, urinary tract
disorders and operative gynecology, including minimally invasive and
laparoscopic surgery.

A native of Chicago, Illinois and graduate of Spelman College in Atlanta,
Georgia with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, Dr. McKinney is a
graduate of the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine
and completed her residency at Chicago's Cook County Hospital prior
to joining the staff at Roseland Community Hospital and St. James
Community Hospital in Chicago. She was also on the staff of Martin
General Hospital in Williamston, North Carolina immediately prior to
moving to Lake Charles.

Before entering medical school, Dr. McKinney worked as a chemist for
Amoco Oil Company in Naperville, Illinois.

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