Dr. Margaret Burns, MD, FACOG grew up in Upstate New York where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology at SUNY Buffalo. She later attended Hahnemann Medical College for her medical degree. Between her 3rd and 4th years of medical school, she was accepted for a medical student fellowship in Pathology at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (HUP). During this year she published the first article to describe fallopian tube metaplasia of the endometrium with her mentor Dr. Itien Yeh. She also presented a poster on HPV in adenocarcinomas of the cervix. After her fellowship ended, Dr. Burns returned to Hahnemann Medical College where she graduated as the top student in her class. Following medical school she returned to HUP, where she trained in OB/GYN.
Dr. Burns began working for Bryn Mawr Women's Health Associates in 1995 and is still employed here. She currently sees both obstetrics and gynecology patients. She has 3 offices in Rosemont, Newtown Square and Haverford.
Recently, Dr. Burns performed the first Gentle Cesarean Section at Bryn Mawr Hospital. This is a procedure which allows cesarean section patients to see the delivery of their babies and participate in skin to skin contact immediately after the birth.
Dr. Burns lives in Newtown Square where she is often seen working in her vegetable and flower gardens. She loves gardening and cooking. Dr. Burns is married and has 2 adopted sons who were born in South Korea.
- Gender: Female
- Years of Experience: 27
- Language: English
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