John Paul Roberts, MD, FACOG

OBGYN located in Plano, TX

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John Paul Roberts is a top board-certified physician whose area of expertise is obstetrics and gynecology in Plano, Texas. At his office, Dr. Roberts offers prenatal care, mammograms, birth control options, and pap smears. He offers treatment options for infertility, menopause, irregular bleeding, and high-risk pregnancies as well. Dr. Roberts encourages patients living in the Plano, Texas area to visit his office for all of their OBGYN needs, especially if they have concerns about specific reproductive health issues. He strives to offer individualized, patient-centered care to everyone who enters his office seeking treatment.

Dr. Roberts received his medical degree from the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine. He completed both his internship and his residency at Northwestern University McGraw Medical Center. Dr. Roberts then became a Fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, where he earned his board certification. He continues to pursue his education in an attempt to provide his patients with access to the latest in medical advancements in reproductive health and well-being.

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