Interview with Dr. Jean-Giles Tchabo In my last two posts (which you can read here and here), I talked about my experience approaching the delivery of my second child, after having an emergency c-section for my first. My OB/Gyn, Dr. Jean-Giles Tchabo was someone I found who encouraged vaginal deliveries after cesarean sections (VBACs) as an option […]
Jean-Giles Tchabo is the father of five and is an obstetrician gynecologist in the Washington, DC area. He received his medical degree from the University of Montreal in Canada and completed his fellowships at Johns Hopkins and Georgetown University hospitals. He is the Chief of obstetrics and gynecology at Virginia Hospital Center in Arlington, Virginia and is a professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Georgetown University. His specialty is in this field and his special interests include breech vaginal delivery, colposcopy, hysteroscopy and laparoscopy, external cephalic version for breech presentation, human papilloma virus infection, laser therapy, pediatrics and adolescent gynecology, and vaginal birth after cesarean.