Dr. Gueye-Weinstein is a Johns Hopkins trained board-certified OBGYN and fellow of the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. She is among the top OBGYN doctors in the United States and internationally. Her rigorous training has made her an expert in her field and the tertiary referral for second opinions and difficult cases. In addition to her excellent medical care, Dr. Gueye is known for her warmth, compassion, and unparalleled bedside manner. Patients have followed her everywhere she goes for the type of medical care that has become hard to find.
Dr. Gueye is also a mother, an author and is the founder of the HALFA non profit organization which saves the lives of women in Africa since 2012. She is the recipient of numerous awards and conducted research at the national cancer institute on
malaria and breast cancer genomics. She is among the pioneers of the see and treat cervical dysplasia method used in resource poor settings across the world, a project she headed while
still in medical school.
Medical School: University of Virginia School of Medicine
Residency Program: Johns Hopkins Hospital
Fluent in: english, french and wolof
Certifications and Associations
National Association of Professional Women
American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Fellow of the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology
International Health Society
American Medical Association
Prevenir Medical Society of West Africa
“Women carry the world on their backs and they deserve to be treated with dignity, compassion, and excellence. I will not offer anything less”