The Woman's Clinic, P.A. was established in 1952 by Dr. Swan Burrus, Sr. and later joined by his son, Dr. Swan Burrus, Jr., who are now deceased. Dr. Donald R. Lewis joined the clinic, but retired in 2001 to enjoy his family, fishing and the mountains. Dr. Jimmy F. Webb retired in 2004 and passed away on May 21, 2008 after a long battle with Parkinson's Disease. Dr. J. Tyler Swindle retired in 2006 and Dr. J. Michael Epps retired last year to enjoy his family and travel. Our current physicians are Dr. J. Paul Gray, Dr. W. Brad Adkins, Dr. Madhav Boyapati, Dr. David Soll, Dr. Ryan Roy and Dr. Andrea Harper who specialize in Obstetrics and Gynecology. and Dr. Molly M. Rheney who specializes in Gynecology. All of our physicians are certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Our doctors are dedicated to providing the highest quality specialty medical care available. As obstetricians and gynecologists, they have been specially trained in the surgical and medical treatment of pelvic disorders and in the management of pregnancy. They also may serve as primary care physicians.
It is the goal of the Woman's Clinic physicians and staff to treat each patient with respect, dignity, courtesy, and kindness. The standards of the Woman's Clinic are to provide the best in quality medical care combined with compassionate concern for the patient as an individual.
Our practice is approximately 50% obstetrics and 50% gynecology. We deliver approximately 80 babies per month. We perform in-office LEEP and Hysteroscopy procedures. Surgery includes laser work. We were the first in the Jackson area to perform LAVH. Urogynecology procedures, bone densitometry (Dexascan) and ultrasounds are performed in the clinic by certified staff. We also have a full service lab with many test results available before you leave the clinic. Our staff are highly trained and certified.
We moved into our present clinic at 244 Coatsland Drive in June, 1998. Our hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM. We always have a doctor on call for emergencies.