Dr. Hailey Hall, of Sabetha, Kansas, received her combined
Bachelor of Liberal Arts and Medical Degree at the University
of Missouri-Kansas City's School of Medicine in 2006. Upon
graduating, she attended the Obstetrics and Gynecology
Residency Program at The University of Texas Medical Branch in
Galveston, TX. While training, she was the recipient of several
teaching awards from medical students and fellow residents as
well as hands-on training in all aspects of her specialty.
While at UTMB, she was fortunate to travel throughout Texas to
care for women in all walks of life in places such as Corpus
Christi, Gatesville, Edinburgh and Houston Methodist Hospital.
After graduating from residency in June of 2010, Dr. Hall
joined The Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology at Houston
Methodist Hospital where she practiced until February of 2014.
In March of 2014, Dr. Hall joined The
Women's Specialists of Houston at the Texas Children's
Hospital Pavilion for Women.
Her professional interests include urinary incontinence, adolescent gynecology, menopause, cervical dysplasia, minimally invasive and vaginal surgery as well as thorough prenatal care and management of pregnancy. Dr. Hall is a Clinical Instructor with Weill-Cornell Medical College teaching medical students and Methodist residents in Obstetrics & Gynecology and Internal Medicine. She is proud to be a contributing member to Methodist's Center for Restorative Pelvic Medicine, evaluating and treating patients with complex pelvic problems. Dr. Hall also has an interest in medical missions having traveled to Zimbabwe, Africa and she has plans to travel to other varied places to improve women's health abroad.
When away from the office or hospital, Dr. Hall enjoys diving into a novel or watching movies as favorite past-times. She and her husband, Jaron, a residential Broker and Real Estate Investor, love spending time with family and friends and enjoying Houston's great restaurant scene. Dr. Hall and her husband are avid supporters of University of Houston athletics and also frequent games of Houston's professional sports franchises. They are active members of Houston's Second Baptist Church.
American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology (FACOG)
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