Dr. Sasha Davidson is a native of South Florida. She grew up in North Miami Beach and has always maintained her roots in our area despite her departure to pursue her aspirations in medicine. After completing her undergraduate degree in Biochemistry at the University of Miami, she ventured to the Northeast to pursue her medical education and training. She earned her medical degree from Georgetown University School of Medicine and completed her residency training in Obstetrics & Gynecology at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. As a National Health Service Scholar, she spent several years working as a generalist OB/GYN caring for women in Washington, DC and Columbia, Maryland. She pursued her subspecialty training and completed a Maternal Fetal Medicine Fellowship at Albert Einstein College of Medicine — Montefiore Medical Center in New York.
Areas of clinical expertise and interest include preterm labor, surgical and medical management of cervical insufficiency, prenatal diagnosis and management of fetal anomalies, Doppler studies, multiple gestations, maternal cardiovascular disease, pregestational diabetes and preeclampsia. I am also passionate about the interplay of genetic diagnoses and their impact on pregnancies. I am able to use advanced ultrasound technology and offer invasive and noninvasive diagnostic testing to pregnant women giving them options for their pregnancy planning.
Currently seeing patients at the South Florida office at Signature Perinatal Center. For further inquiries, visit https://www.signatureperinatal.com/.
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