“We are all truly delighted,” stated Dr. Marcia Tejeda of The Center for Women’s Health, “to welcome these two highly-educated, enthusiastic young women into our practice. They are both accomplished and insightful women. Dr. Kelly has expressed a sincere and compassionate commitment to caring for her patients through every phase of their lives, and she has a strong interest in the miracle of pregnancy and birth. She also loves performing laparoscopic surgery. Dr. Shipman has demonstrated her holistic approach of integrating body, mind and spirit into her ob/gyn practice, and treasures the relationships she has fostered with her obstetrics patients. She has extensive training in both laparoscopic and robotic surgery and possesses a heightened interest in the latest and most advanced techniques.”
Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Dr. Elizabeth A. Kelly attended Princeton University where she earned her B.A. in Psychology, and was a two-time All American Squash player. In 2007, Dr. Kelly received her Doctor of Medicine from The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences. She completed her residency in obstetrics and gynecology at The George Washington University Medical Center in Washington, D.C. After one year of practicing at Fairfax Hospital in northern Virginia, she moved to Connecticut with her husband.
Born and raised in Connecticut, Molly M. Shipman, D.O., graduated Magna Cum Laude from Manhattanville College in Westchester County, New York with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. She concluded her medical education to become a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine at the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2008.
Accepted into Albany Medical Center’s Ob/Gyn Program, Dr. Shipman spent four years completing her obstetrics and gynecology residency where she served as the Associate Chief Resident in her third year. In her fourth year, 2012, she was elected Chief Resident by her peers and supervising physicians. In both 2011 and 2012, Dr. Shipman was honored with the Excellence in Teaching Award by her faculty. Dr. Shipman recently moved from Albany back to her home state of Connecticut to pursue her practice as an ob/gyn physician.
The Center for Women’s Health in Connecticut is accepting new patients and they offer a broad spectrum of women’s health services for women of all ages. Their offices are located at 60 Westwood Avenue, Suite 100 in Waterbury, and at 22 Old Waterbury Road, Suite 201 in Southbury. To schedule an appointment or to learn more, call 203-573-1425 or visit www.womenshealthct.com.