Dr. Verda Hicks, M.D.
Hunter-Hicks first started her education with a degree in nursing from the
University of Iowa in 1976. In 1982, her MD was completed after attending
the University of Illinois, Chicago. Her Internship was completed in the
windy city, before heading out to Union Memorial Hospital, in Baltimore,
Maryland, where she acquired her OB-GYN Residency.
Dr. Verda Hicks, as a
specialist in OB-GYN, started with her fellowship at Duke University Medical
Center, where she was a Gynecologic Oncology Fellow for 3 years, as she
completed the program in 1989. Also completing a second fellowship
at The Central Group on educational Affairs in 1994, and Executive Graduate
Certificates from Hopkins Business in Medicine, John Hopkins School of
Continuing Studies in 1999.
A mother of four children, Dr. Hunter-Hicks has a combined 30 years of education
and experience in the medical field. A medical professional and business woman, Verda opened the
Resource Center for Gynecologic Oncology in 1999 to bring her goal of helping women
live healthy, cancer free lives to fruition.