Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology

Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology

The Department of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology provides comprehensive patient care focused on the diagnosis, medical and surgical management of female reproductive health.  Our team is trained in the special needs of growing girls and young women, both medical and emotional.  We pride ourselves in providing honest, confidential and nurturing care for every patient.

We work with patients with varying needs, including special needs and developmental delays.  We will care for patients from newborn to 27 years of age.

Services We Offer

Our team provides:

  • Comprehensive well-women care
  • Consultation and administration of reproductive health care for special needs population
  • Initial reproductive health visit (recommended between the ages of 13-15)
  • Provision of contraceptive services (birth control)
  • Evaluation and treatment of acute and chronic pelvic pain
  • Management of menstrual abnormalities
  • Surgical management of adnexal, uterine, vaginal and perineal abnormalities

Meet Our Team

Meet our Pediatric & Adolescent Gynecology team.

Nationwide Children's Hospital Medical Professional

Geri D. Hewitt

Geri D. Hewitt, MD, is the Chief of Gynecology and Obstetrics and the Director of Gynecologic Surgery for the Center for Colorectal and Pelvic Reconstruction at Nationwide Children's Hospital.


Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology maintains locations on the main campus of Nationwide Children’s Hospital, as well as at other areas in central Ohio. Please note the locations below and follow the links for maps and directions. For questions, call the main Gynecology number at (614) 722-2250.

Outpatient Care Center

Outpatient Visit

East Columbus Close To Home Center with Urgent Care at 6435 East Broad St.

East Columbus at 6435 East Broad St.

Westerville Surgery Center

Westerville Surgery Center

Research and Quality Improvement

Hormonal Contraception Safer Than Expected For Women With Diabetes

Strokes and heart attacks are rare for women with diabetes who use hormonal contraception, with the safest options being intrauterine devices (IUDs) and under-the-skin implants, new research published in Diabetes Care shows.

Ovary Algorithm

Developing an Algorithm for Ovarian Preservation

Learn more about how the gynecology team helped to save Mary's ovary.

Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology News