Obstetrician and gynecologist Meg McSorley MD, PhD, MPH, joined the WhidbeyHealth team in 2019. Dr. McSorley has diverse experience practicing medicine in the United States and abroad, including working with hospitals throughout the greater Seattle area, as well as in Butte, Mont. and Anchorage, Alaska.
Prior to her career as a physician, she worked at Johns Hopkins University researching risk factors for breast and ovarian cancer.
She is a Fellow of the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (FACOG) and was recently named to the Washington State Maternal Mortality Review Panel.
Meg started her career in health services as an Emergency Medical Technician in Boston and as a public health worker in rural Madagascar. She brings 30 years of training and education to the Whidbey community.
Patient Care Philosophy
- Entering into OB/GYN care can be a very vulnerable time for patients. I strive to create a comfortable and welcoming environment in which patients feel seen and heard. Together, in a shared decision making process, we create a management plan with an aim to help women live their best life.
- I’ve spent a lot of time and effort learning as much as I can about women’s health so that I can present information to patients in a way that is easier to understand, empowering patients to make more informed and meaningful decisions about their care.
Scope of Care
- Normal and high-risk pregnancies
- Specializing in pregnancy, childbirth, and the care that follows
- Health, diagnosis, and treatment of the female reproductive system
- Evaluation and management of abnormal pap smears
- Gynecologic surgery
- University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, 2009
Internship & Residency
- University of Washington School of Medicine
- American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology