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Andrea Twomey

Qualifications & Education

BA in Biochemistry from The College of Wooster (2001)
  – Recipient of the Dow Chemical Company Foundation Scholarship
MS in Physician Assistant Studies from MCPHS University (2007)
  – Summa Cum Laude
  – Phi Alpha Honor Society
  – Received Welch Allyn Diagnostics award and Alumni Association Leadership Award
  – Served as Clinical Faculty for MCPHS University
Member of the American Academy of Physician Associated, Association of Physician Associates in Obstetrics and Gynecology Educational Affiliate of American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Professional Specialties/Passions

I am passionate about all areas of women’s health but especially prenatal care, perinatal mental health, adolescent gynecology, contraception, minimally invasive gynecologic surgery.

Personal Points

Why do you love what you do?

I love being able to help women receive the best possible care. I strive to be a safe place where my patients can develop a relationship with a healthcare provider who will listen to them, guide and coach them in meeting their health goals in the context of their unique life experiences.

Why did you choose Essex County OB/GYN?

I chose Essex County OB/GYN because I wanted to be part of a caring group of providers who work collaboratively to provide holistic, patient-centered care.

Outside of work, you'll find me...

spending time with my family (my husband, 4 daughters, and 2 dogs), running, hiking, reading, watching hockey, or doing all things Peloton.

My favorite North Shore spot

is Cape Hedge Beach in Rockport. We have family in Rockport and our girls have grown up going to this breathtakingly beautiful spot.

One interesting thing about me

is that I played hockey growing up. I still spend a lot of time at rinks, usually either coaching or watching my daughter play and occasionally I play in an adult women’s league.

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