I established this medical practice as a way of honouring my heroes, the women who have guided and played a pivotal role in my life. From my late great grandmother who taught me integrity and the importance of keeping one’s word, to my grandmother who taught me perseverance and the value of hard work, to my mother who taught me compassion, loyalty, love and persistence, to my sister who taught me the true meaning of the word courage. I must also mention, the late Nina Roscher, Ph.D. (former chair of the Department of Chemistry at American University in Washington, D.C.) who believed in my academic potential and afforded me many opportunities that launched me on a path to ultimately achieving my career goal to become a physician. Some of the aforementioned women are survivors of breast and uterine cancers as well as domestic violence. Through their influence, I ultimately realized that my destiny was to dedicate my professional life to the service of women’s health.
What We Offer
Chambers & Associates OBGYN and Gynecological Surgery, PLLC was founded to provide the same competent, compassionate, reliable, safe and evidence-based care that we would want for members of our own families. The founder and medical director, Dr. George P. Chambers, Jr., practices the full scope of general obstetrics and gynecology. He also offers labiaplasty and vaginal rejuvenation. Furthermore, he is the only board certified obstetrician and gynecologist in Nevada who is also certified in sexual health medicine.
As a gynecological surgeon who was raised and positively influenced by women, Dr. Chambers recognizes that all women want to look and feel beautiful. So, he offers minimally invasive gynecological surgeries, such as Essure tubal sterilization (with no surgical scar), single-port laparoscopic tubal sterilization with the Filshie clip, laparoscopic assisted vaginal hysterectomy, vaginal hysterectomy and cosmetically-pleasing Cesarean section incisions. When appropriate, his primary Cesarean section incisions are made below the pubic hairline and are closed normally with sutures, not staples. Dr. Chambers does not practice assembly-line medicine, he actually sits, listens to and hears his patients.