About Us - Columbus Womens Care | Columbus, OH

About Us

Our Mission:

The mission of Columbus Women’s Care is to provide professional, compassionate, state-of-the-art care to patients of all COLORS, CREEDS, and BACKGROUNDS.

Every color. Every body. Every one is unique and beautiful. You deserve to love your body. You are the one who must live in it. We will assist in providing confidence and comfort, so you can own your body, feeling sexy and beautiful. You live by your own standards, your own rules. Some Medspas judge you as soon as you walk in. We've seen it, and we're not about it. We love all shapes and sizes and are committed to ensuring all patients of colors, creeds, and backgrounds are taken care of with respect.

We take our charge seriously and REQUIRE your cooperation in the management of your medical conditions.

From your check-in to your check-out QUALITY should prevail. The landscape of medicine is constantly changing but there are founding principals that must guide medical providers and these are RESPECT, COMPASSION, SURGICAL EXCELLENCE, and patient EDUCATION.

Your health is your most valued possession let us help you take CARE of it.

Our Providers:

Dr. Cherie Richey

President of Columbus Women’s Care, Inc.

Obstetrician & Gynecologist In Columbus OH

Dr. Richey graduated with High Honors from Bryn Mawr College in Pennsylvania. Her major was cellular biology. During her undergraduate career Dr. Richey was a recipient of a grant from the Howard Hughes Research Foundation to pursue her interest in cellular biology in the laboratory of Dr. Karen Grief. During medical school Dr. Richey received another Howard Hughes Research Fellowship in the Department of Molecular Genetics and Biochemistry at The University of Pittsburgh with a focus on the Human Papilloma Virus. Her medical degree was granted from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine where she received a full academic scholarship for all four years.

Dr. Richey completed her residency at The Ohio State University Medical Center in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology winning awards for student teaching. Currently, she is on staff at Mt Carmel East Hospital, and Grant Medical Center. She serves as a clinical instructor for OB/GYN residents from The Ohio State University and serves on the Admissions Committee for the Ohio State School of Medicine. Dr Richey is also a clinical instructor for both the Mt Carmel nurse practitioner program and The Ohio University nurse practitioner program. She is a board certified OB/GYN and active member of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology.