Evelyn Mitchell

Title(s)Clinical Assistant Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology (Clinician Educator)
Address2020 Zonal Ave. IRD #511
Off Campus
Los Angeles CA 90033
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    Dr. Mitchell completed her medical school degree at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas and moved to Los Angeles to complete her residency training at LAC+USC County Hospital. She serves patients in the private practice setting at Verdugo Hills in Glendale as well as the USC Downtown LA clinic. She also teaches & supervises residents at LAC+USC County Hospital. Her academic and research interests include increasing the recruitment and retention of underrepresented providers and addressing healthcare disparities that exist among Ob/Gyn, including among African American, LatinX, and the transgender patient population. She provides trans-affirming care for pregnant patients in addition to patients seeking routine GYN care and surgery. She serves as faculty director of the OB/GYN Diversity & Inclusion Program targeted towards these efforts. She also has a passion for using virtual platforms and social media as a means to provide evidence based patient education about topics within Ob/Gyn.

    Areas of expertise:
    • Preconception counseling
    • Complete prenatal care for low and high-risk pregnancies, and transgender patients
    • Birth control services and counseling
    • Basic infertility workup and treatment, including PCOS
    • Trans-affirming gynecological care, including cervical cancer screening and pelvic exams
    • Management of common problems such as ovarian cysts, fibroids
    • Abnormal uterine bleeding
    • Abnormal pap smear management
    • Pelvic pain including endometriosis
    • Gynecologic surgery-including laparoscopy
    • Menopause management
    • Pediatric and adolescent gynecology

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    1. Declines in the Proportion of US Black Obstetrics and Gynecology Residents. JAMA. 2021; May. .
    2. Paraneoplastic Cushing's syndrome and hypercalcemia arising from metastatic endometrioid endometrial adenocarcinoma: A case report. Gynecol Oncol Rep. 2019 Aug; 29:58-60. Mitchell E, Ciccone M, Zhang B, Zhang B, Tsai A, Brunette LL. PMID: 31334321.
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    3. Biofilm formation by vaginal Lactobacillus in vivo. Med Hypotheses. 2015 May; 84(5):417-20. Ventolini G, Mitchell E, Salazar M. PMID: 25725906.
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    4. Paternal Postpartum Depression: An Under Recognized Entity. Current Psychiatry. 2015; May;14(5):e1-e2. .
    5. Review of Vaginal Lactobacillosis. Journal of Clinical Gynecology and Obstetrics. 2014; 3(3):81-84. .
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