The physicians and staff at Vernon & Waldrep OB-Gyn Associates provide quality medical service in a pleasant, friendly and efficient atmosphere. The physicians are specialists in routine and high risk obstetrics, and adult and adolescent gynecology and infertility. Our abilities and expertise encompass gynecologic and urogynecologic minimally invasive surgery and in-office surgery. Every physician on staff has completed four years of college followed by four years of medical school and four more years of residency training in obstetrics and gynecology, and all four physicians are fellows of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (Board Certified).
Dr. Vernon is one of the founding partners of Vernon & Waldrep OB-Gyn Associates (1983). She is a member of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the Texas Medical Association, Dallas County Medical Society DCMS), the Southwestern Gynecologic Assembly, the American Medical Association, and the American Women’s Medical Association.
In the recent past, Dr. Vernon has been President of Medical Staff at Medical City Dallas Hospital (2001), Chairperson of the Privilege & Credentials Committee (2002), Chairperson of the OB-Gyn Section Committee and has served on the Health and Rehab Committee as well as the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee. She currently serves on the Tissue and Transfusion Committee, Infection Control Committee and the Executive Committee for the Ambulatory Surgery Center. She is also an affiliate of Advanced Research Associates and an Investigator for Practice Research Associates. In D Magazine, Dr. Vernon was voted by her peers as “one of the best doctors in Dallas” in 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007.
She has served on the board of and executive boards of DCMS, OB-Gyn Affiliates of North Texas, the Medical Advisory Board of Planned Parenthood, and is on the board of the Southwestern Gynecologic Assembly. Dr. Vernon is the gyn representative on the Cardiovascular Physician Advisory Council for HCA’s North Texas Division. She is a delegate of the Dallas County Medical Society (1989-present), delegate of the DCMS Investment Review Committee (1998-present) and Chairman of the DCMS Membership Services Committee (2005-present). Dr. Vernon has been a delegate to the Texas Medical Association for more than fifteen years and serves on the Advisory Committee for the TMAIT.
She is now serving as chairperson of the International Mission Committee through her church, Preston Hollow Presbyterian.
Dr. Waldrep is one of the founding partners of Vernon & Waldrep OB-Gyn Associates (1983). She is a member of several professional societies including Texas Medical Association, Dallas County Medical Society, Southwestern Gynecologic Assembly, American Medical Association, American Women's Medical Association, and American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. She was President of the Southwestern Gynecologic Assembly in 2003. She has developed articles for the Dallas Morning News, Vitality Magazine, D Magazine's Dallas Medical Guide 2000 and the Tri Delta TriDent, and she herself has been the subject of articles in Cosmopolitan, Dallas Women, Dallas Morning News, and Clarity Magazine. Dr. Waldrep is currently specializing in Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation and Therapy and is a Lead Investigator for Practice Research Associates which enrolls patients in clinical trials. She is very proactive in helping to advance medicine and women's health.
Dr. Waldrep has also served as president of Medical Staff at Medical City Dallas Hospital (1993), President of Ambulatory Surgery Center, Chairman of Department of Surgery, Chairman of Department of OB-Gyn, Chairman of Tissue and Transfusion Committee, and Chairman of Privileges & Credentials Committee. She has served on the boards of the International Women's Forum Dallas, The Science Place and is currently serving on the Parkland Foundation Board and the Regional Board for Young Life. She is an active member of Fellowship Bible Church Dallas. In D Magazine, Dr. Waldrep was voted "one of the best doctors in Dallas" by her peers in 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008. In February 2005, Dr. Waldrep received the "Profile in Leadership Award" at SMU's 40th Annual Women's Symposium recognizing her significant contribution to women in the Dallas community.
Dr. Elmquist joined Vernon & Waldrep OB-Gyn Associates in 1993 after completing her training at Parkland Hospital. She is a member of the American Medical Association, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, Texas Medical Association, Southwestern Gynecologic Assembly, Dallas County Medical Society, Vanderbilt Alumni Association, the Alumni Board of Southwestern Medical School, and the U.T. Southwestern Medical School Alumni Association Board of Trustees.
Dr. Elmquist served as OB-Gyn Section Chief at Medical City Dallas Hospital in 1999 and 2003. She was Department Chair of Obstetrics and Gynecology in 2000. She has served on the OB-Gyn Performance Improvement Committee, Health and Rehabilitation Committee, and Tissue and Transfusion Committee. Dr. Elmquist has been the Chairman of the Tissue and Transfusion Committee for the past four years. She is President-elect of the Medical City Dallas Hospital Medical Staff in 2008 and will be the President of the Medical Staff in 2009.
Dr. Sohn is our newest addition to the practice. Her specialty is adolescent care, and she is very enthusiastic about women's health and wellness. She is a member of the Texas Medical Association, Dallas County Medical Society, Southwestern Gynecologic Assembly and a Fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.
Dr. Sohn grew up in Dallas and received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Emory University in Atlanta. She returned to Dallas to complete her medical degree at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center as well as her residency at Parkland Memorial Hospital. At Medical City Dallas Hospital, she has served on the OB/Gyn Performance Improvement Committee, the Ethics Committee, and the Infection Control Committee.