Rebecca Kolp, MD, is an obstetrician and gynecologist at the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology.
I am a general Obstetrician/Gynecologist. I spent eight years of training at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, where I completed both medical school and residency. I graduated from Johns Hopkins in 1999. I came to the Massachusetts General Hospital in 2001 and I see both gynecologic and obstetric patients in the Waltham location. I strive to take care of the whole patient and wish to care for any woman who comes to my office as I wish my mother or sister would be cared for. I take care of obstetrical patients, including those with mulitple pregnancies, advanced maternal age, and those desiring a vaginal delivery after a Cesearian section. My goal is for each patient to have the delivery she wants, while ensuring her safety as well as the safety of her baby. I take care of gynecologic patients with a wide variety of problems including, but not limited to difficulties with menses, fibroids, abnormal pap smears, ovarian cysts, family history of gynecologic disorders, for birth control, vaginal discharge, etc. I provide both the medical and surgical solutions patients require to improve these conditions.