St. John’s Hospital & Medical Center
Residency (Chief Resident) – 2017
University of Toledo College of Medicine
M.D. – 2013
Pathology Certificate – 2011
Miami University of Ohio
B.S. Zoology (magna cum laude) – 2008
Audrey Roberts loves caring for women at all stages of life: from adolescent medicine to prenatal care to menopause transitioning. Originally from the Midwest, Audrey moved to Ogden with her husband in 2017. She studied Zoology at Miami University of Ohio where she graduated magna cum laude. Afterward, Audrey attended the University of Toledo College of Medicine for her Medical Doctorate and completed an OB/GYN residency at St. John Hospital and Medical Center where she was Chief Resident. She also holds a certification in lactation counseling.
Dr. Roberts is a strong advocate of lifelong care and preventative medicine. She also enjoys many aspects of gynecology including contraceptive care, abnormal uterine bleeding solutions, and minimally-invasive gynecologic surgery.
And whether this is your first pregnancy or your fourth, Dr. Roberts is passionate about educating, guiding, and supporting new moms every step of the way. A couple of her obstetrical interests are natural childbearing and breastfeeding medicine.
In her free time, Audrey and her husband love to stay active, whether they’re outside trail running, hiking, or doing yoga. She’s a fan of organized team sports, compassionate humanism, cheering on Notre Dame, and watching Game of Thrones. Dr. Roberts enjoys participating in international medical missions, having served in Guatemala, Honduras, Tanzania, and the Philippines.
Whether you choose birth control to prevent unintended pregnancy or for its other benefits (lighter periods and acne management among them), finding the best method can be confusing. According to Dr. Audrey Roberts at our Women’s Center at McKay Dee Hospital, the best choice for each woman depends on which benefits are most important to her.
Many parents wonder about when their daughter should visit a gynecologist for the first time. Is it with her first period? Is it when she becomes sexually active? What about pap smears and pelvic exams? Some mothers dreaded their own first visit and worry their daughter will have a traumatic experience.
Read more at https://www.ogdenclinicblog.com/first-gyn-visit/
The nine months leading up to delivery day are filled with excitement and challenges. But new moms quickly learn that the nine-or-so months after giving birth come with challenges of their own—and breastfeeding is a common one.https://www.ogdenclinicblog.com/breastfeeding-aint-easy-qa-with-our-new-lactation-consultant/
You’ve probably heard the phrase: “If you want something done right, do it yourself.” This certainly applies to loading the dishwasher or cleaning out your car but it may not be the best advice when it comes to preventative breast exams.https://www.ogdenclinicblog.com/are-self-breast-exams-still-advised/
Approximately every 3 minutes one person in the United States (US) is diagnosed with blood cancer. In conjunction with National Leukemia Awareness Month, we interviewed Dr. Audrey Roberts, OB/GYN for Ogden Clinic and Acute Myeloid Leukemia survivor. This is her story.
Breastfeeding isn't easy! Dr. Roberts knows the challenges new mothers face while breastfeeding which is why she became a lactation consultant. Tour Dr. Roberts' breastfeeding room in this episode of The Scope!
Did you know self breast exams are no longer recommended? For Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Dr. Roberts talks about “self breast awareness”, the new standard for early detection. Screening mammograms and family history are also discussed in this interview.