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Aparajita K. Mahata, MD, FACOG

    Aparajita K Mahata, MD, FACOG


  • 110 Hospital Rd., Suite 203,
  • Prince Frederick, MD 20678
  • 410.414.4740
  • 410.414.4741

  • Yes

  • Medical College University of Jabalpur

  • Brigham Shomers of Boston

  • Medical College University of Jabalpur
  • Brigham Shomers of Boston

  • Obstetrics and Gynecology

Dr. Aparajita Mahata is a board certified  OB/GYN physician in Calvert County since 1993. After completing her Internship in Internal Medicine at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston MA, she moved to Washington DC to do her Residency in OB/GYN at Providence Hospital.

“After my Residency, I was working at Washington Adventist and Laurel Hospital and I came to Calvert to visit some friends. I was enjoying the drive and the countryside so much I got lost and found myself driving by the old Calvert Memorial Hospital. I had no idea there was a hospital here. My friends suggested I check it out, and I’ve been here ever since. That was over 24 years and countless babies ago.

Dr. Mahata specializes in aspects of OB care including High Risk pregnancies and all major and minor gynecologic surgeries.

“High Risk means any pregnancy where the baby could be affected by complications related to the mother’s health – her age, blood pressure, diabetes or gestational diabetes – these are all conditions that need to be watched and managed carefully to minimize their impact on the baby.“

While Dr. Mahata prides herself on providing the best possible care to her patients, her patients appreciate her nurturing dedication to their well-being. “When I am with a patient, whether it is a first time mom or a women coming in for her annual well-woman exam, I try to treat her the same way that I would like to be treated – with respect, dignity and compassion.”

Dr. Mahata brings broad experience to treating a wide variety of women’s health issues including abnormal uterine bleeding, menopause, osteoporosis, polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), chronic pelvic pain, fibroids, minimally invasive hysteroscopic and laparoscopic GYN surgery and hysteroscopic sterilization. She places a high priority on patient education. “It is very important to me that patients are involved in decisions about their care,” she said. “Their active participation contributes significantly to greater levels of patient satisfaction.”

Dr. Mahata has dedicated herself to enhancing women’s health services in Calvert County. She has served as medical director of the hospital’s Woman’s Wellness program, chaired the obstetrics department and was active on the perinatal collaborative to improve services for women delivering at the CMH Family Birth Center. She is also a member of the American Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology and the Endocrine Society.

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