Our provider spotlight features Dr. Jack Ayoub, of Virginia Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr. Jack Ayoub is the 130th President of the Medical Society of Northern Virginia and the Chairman and Medical Director of the New Stone Springs Hospital in Aldie, Virginia.
What called you to be a Doctor of Obstetrics and Gynecology?
After seeing my first birth in Omaha in medical school I was in complete amazement and shock, and I was never the same in terms of I knew right then that was what I would like to do the rest of my life.
How long have you been serving women and families in Northern Virginia?
11 years total including residency
What makes Virginia Obstetrics and Gynecology unique from other practices in Northern Virginia?
We are a boutique OBGYN office that strives to be the top notch in customer service and for the needs of our patients. We have one of the nicest and cleanest and newest offices in Northern VA. Also I have the ability to customize the experience to each individual patient, whether it is an unmedicated, medicated or cesarean which is needed. Even though I have medical training as an obstetrician I deliver as would a home birth midwife…without breaking down the bed and at the patients side, using perineal massage to help prevent tears, put baby straight to mom’s chest, allowing cord blood to stop pulsating and really all the expectations at home with the safety of a hospital in the event of an emergency.
What do you enjoy most about supporting women?
Everything! I love delivering babies, seeing patients year after year, doing surgery and office procedures.
What is your favorite part of witnessing birth?
I have delivered over 4000 wonderful babies and each time I do another delivery it always makes me smile. After I always feel as if it were the first!
What do you consider to be your greatest achievement?
My wife and kids are what I am most proud of! Other than that, becoming the 130th President of the Medical Society of Northern Virginia and becoming the first Chairman and Medical Director of StoneSprings Hospital are close to the top. Also my passion for Woman’s Healthcare is evident in my life.
What’s the single most important reason for your success?
The hunger to learn more and serve people. I never stop learning and I am driven to be the best out there!