“Dr. Packard always takes the time to listen and answer questions and concerns and never seems rushed.”


Lori J. Packard, M.D., FACOG

Lori J. Packard, M.D., OBGYN Ohio


During your medical career, what has been the most important advancements in women’s healthcare?

“One of the most important advancements in women’s healthcare has been the introduction of the Gardasil Vaccine for the prevention of cervical cancer. Women who receive the vaccine can greatly reduce the risks of developing cervical cancer and precancerous conditions.”

Dr. Packard completed medical school as well as a residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Cincinnati. She joined Obstetrics and Gynecology Associates in 2006. She is well versed in all aspects of women’s healthcare, including gynecologic surgeries such as laparoscopy and hysteroscopy. She especially enjoys high risk obstetrics and adolescent gynecology. She is a member of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. During her free time, Dr. Packard enjoys spending time with her husband and two sons. She enjoys travel and medical missions work.

 

 

Curriculum Vitae

Education

08/1994 - 05/1998 Mount Vernon Nazarene College
Mount Vernon, OH
B.A. Biological Sciences
08/1998 - 06/2002 University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Cincinnati, OH
M.D.
Post Doctoral Training
 
06/2002 - 06/2006 University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Cincinnati, OH

Licensure and Board Certification

State of Ohio

Hospital Appointments

Mercy Hospital Fairfield
Bethesda North Hospital
Butler County Medical Center

Memberships, Offices and Committee Appointments

Junior Fellow; American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists.

Research

King, J.S.; Madtes P.C.; Burry, R.W.; Neigh, G. Kirkpatrick, C; Maxam L.;
Bishop, G.A. 1998 Antisense blockade of CRF - 1 receptor expression in Purkinje cells,
Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 24:20437

Wagner, K.R., Packard, B.A., Hall, C.L., Smulian, A.G., Linke, M.J., de Courten-Myers,
G.M., Packard, L.M., Hall, N.C. (2002) Protein carbonyl formation and heme oxygenase-1
induction in porcine white matter following intracerebral infusions of whole blood or plasma.
Develop. Neurcsci, 24(2-3):154-60

Professional Organizations

06/2002 Junior Fellow; American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists

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