Gail Freeman, WHNP

Patient Testimonial
Our initial consult with Dr. Davis was almost 2 hours long. We asked him hard questions and after talking about our struggles, he was confident to try less invasive and costly routes while managing underlying medical issues. We immediately felt loved and cared for here.

The whole SGF set-up is excellent. I was worried that such a big clinic might make me feel like just a number, but that wasn’t the case at all.

If you want professional, research-based fertility care, this is THE place to go.

The Shady Grove Fertility office in Towson handled every appointment with the most respect, sincerity, and kindness I have ever experienced.

Taking the first step to this journey is not easy, but being in the hands of Dr. Morris and the entire Shady Grove Harbor East team was an absolute pleasure!

The staff at SGF in Baltimore – Harbor East is wonderful. They’re understanding, punctual, accommodating, and patient.

Biography

Gail Freeman, WHNP has spent most of her 30 plus years of nursing in Women’s Health. She received her Masters of Nursing (Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner Program) in 1989 from the Medical College of Virginia. Gail maintains Board Certification through the Virginia Board of Nursing and the National Certification Corporation.

Gail spent many years working as a nurse in Labor and Delivery at hospitals in Washington, D.C. Her own infertility changed her career path, and she has been working in the field of infertility for nearly 20 years. She joined Shady Grove Fertility in 2012 working as a Nurse Practitioner in the Virginia offices.

At Shady Grove Fertility, Gail works with the physicians in the evaluation and management of patients. She performs diagnostic procedures, treatment procedures, monitoring patients as well as calling patients with results.

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Education

  • Masters of Nursing- Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner Program: Medical College of Virginia
  • Performing ultrasounds – baseline, monitoring and obstetric
  • Performing intrauterine inseminations (IUI)
  • Performing saline sonograms/mock embryo transfers
  • Reviewing labs and outside medical records
  • Counseling patients with abnormal genetic screening results and next steps
  • Performing urgent care evaluations – such as bleeding or pain
  • American Society of Reproductive Medicine

Coming soon.

Q&A

I spent my early nursing career working in women’s health. While pursuing my master’s degree as a NP I worked in the fertility office where I had been a patient (a successful one). I found my new calling. I felt that I could bring a perspective to the job of a previous patient. I have never looked back on that decision.

Watching just about any sport on TV or in person, especially baseball, reading, needlepoint and traveling.

Probably nothing, since I’m a pretty open book.