Dr. Anna Wouters is board certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. She graduated cum laude from University of Florida, where she was an active participate in the premedical American Medical Student Association, lobbying Congress for healthcare and organizing students and educators to help students trying to enter the profession of medicine. Her degree is in Integrative Biology, with a minor in Anthropology. She went on to study at the University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine. While in medical school, she participated in an elective teaching course to mentor younger students and was the only student asked to lecture not only the students, but to the professors as well. In addition to her medical school coursework, she completed the Scholarly Concentrations Program in Law and Medicine. She went on to Mercer University’s Savannah campus to complete residency where she earned several awards for her dedication to and excellence in teaching the medical students working under her and served as the chief resident her senior year. She also received recognition from the Society of Maternal Fetal Medicine for her dedication to her obstetric patients throughout her residency. She is a skilled vaginal surgeon, dedicated to bettering women’s health and believes in the patient-doctor relationship as the fundamental backbone to medical care. Her residency training focused heavily on high risk obstetrics and gynecologic surgery.
She was raised in Florida, nearby in Tampa where her family still resides. She is a Junior Fellow with the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology and a member of the American Medical Association. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, literature, and foreign films.