“I treat each patient as if she were family which may be why two to three generations of patients are not uncommon for me. I attempt to fit emergencies into my schedule as they arise and return all phone calls on the day of the call.”

Board Certification

  • Gynecology

Areas of Expertise

  • Adolescent Medicine
  • Annual Well-Woman Physicals
  • Gynecology
  • Menopause Management
  • Preventive Health
  • Vulvar Disease

Education

Residency

Georgetown University Hospital
OB/GYN
Washington, D.C.
1989

Medical School

Georgetown University School of Medicine
Doctor of Medicine
Washington, D.C.
1985

Graduate School

Georgetown University
Master of Science
Washington, D.C.
1981

Undergraduate School

Bucknell University
Bachelor of the Arts in Economics
Lewisburg, PA
1980

Hospital Affiliated With

Virginia Hospital Center

Professional Association

American College of OB/GYN
Fellow
1989 – Present

Service/Volunteer Work

Volunteer in children’s schools

Personal Interests

Spending time with family and friends, visiting four kids in college, exercising primarily with boot camp three mornings a week and weight training, cooking, and gardening.

Biography

Dr. Lori Maciulla took over her father’s OB/GYN practice upon completing her residency at Georgetown University Hospital in July 1989. Sitting behind his desk in her newly starched white coat, instead of in front of it as his little girl, was quite an experience. However, his patients who came to see her made the transition easy. Many of the patients her father delivered became her patients, and she had the good fortune to deliver their children. To this day, seeing two to three generations of patients defines her as a physician as well as her practice. As a solo physician, she has been able to maintain a small private practice, which allows her to provide her patients with the personal attention they deserve.

Dr. Maciulla thoroughly enjoyed delivering babies for 11 years. She retired from obstetrics in 2000 when her triplets were 3 ½ and her older daughter was 6, so she could spend more time with them. In 2004, she stopped performing major surgeries so she could attend all of their sports and musical activities. She now concentrates on well woman exams, preventive women’s health, issues that evolve from adolescence to menopause, and vulvar disease. She continues to perform minor outpatient procedures at the Virginia Hospital Center.

Dr. Maciulla has had the good fortune to have her nurse, Mary Ellen, by her side since 2001, and Joyce, a friend since her children were in preschool, as her Practice Manager. They work well together and try hard to provide their patients individualized attention and the high level of service they deserve.