Lauren Hermann, D.O.

Meet Dr. Hermann

Our board-eligible OBGYN, Dr. Lauren Hermann, is a graduate of the University of North Texas Health Science Center Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine program where she received her Doctorate degree. She is a member of the Texas Medical Association (TMA) and TriCounty Medical Society. Dr. Hermann is in the process of getting her board certification from the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ABOG). At the Caring Center for Women in San Marcos and New Braunfels, TX, Dr. Hermann provides services in obstetrics, gynecology, and urogynecology.

Dr. Hermann does not shy away from the difficult surgical cases, which is why she pursued a rigorous post-graduate OBGYN residency at Texas Tech Health Science Center. She has been involved in the management and treatment of many high-risk pregnancies, complicated children birth cases, and a diverse range of gynecological problems since working at our center.

Skills & Specialties

Dr. Hermann has spent many years learning the nuances of the female reproductive system in all stages of a woman's life. Her skills range from well-woman exams in young womanhood, abnormal pap smears, pregnancy and childbirth, infertility, to the postmenopausal stages. She is a candidate for board certification through the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr. Hermann continues to learn innovative ways in female surgeries, medical treatments, and techniques to make a gynecological appointment faster, efficient, and more comfortable.

Education

Dr. Hermann attended the University of Texas in Austin, TX where she studied human biology. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in 2006. Then, Dr. Hermann went to medical school at University of North Texas Health Science Center Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine in Fort Worth, TX and graduated in 2010. She acquired an OBGYN residency at Texas Tech Health Science Center in the Permian Basin (Odessa, TX) where she earned her way to be chief resident.

Personal

With their two sweet, rambunctious pooches, Dr. Hermann and her husband Cody, find great comfort relaxing at home together. She can't resist a good fiction novel, cooking for her friends and family, and having everyone over for a meal. Dr. Hermann is a former Women's Longhorn rower, and she still likes to stay in shape with road and mountain biking. With an adventurous, giving spirit, Dr. Hermann flew to Uganda with Mercy Trips to volunteer at a hospital in July 2014.

Before moving to the Corridor, Dr. Hermann lived in West Texas, where it was common to head north to the Sacramento Mountains of New Mexico to escape the desert heat. Now, her goal is to visit every national forest. 

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