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Eva Rocchegiani Parrish
· December 4, 2017
Very professional and right on time! I hated waiting for almost an hour with dr.Mercado! He's everything I was hoping for. Very pleased.
Samantha Pinner Romano
· July 12, 2017
Dr. Hamilton is an amazing OB-GYN. He is personable, allows for questions, an an advocate for the patient. Furthermore, his office staff is kind and always accommodating. I would highly recommend Dr. Hamilton!
Brittany Gelles-Meseck
· December 23, 2014
I found Dr. Hamilton while pregnant with my 2nd (whom he delivered and is now 3), and have continued to see him for routine care, as well as through my 3rd pregnancy. I'm now due any day, and am full...y confident that my birth experience will be as great as as it was with my last little guy. Appointments are a breeze with no wait time, every member of his staff is professional and friendly, and Dr. Hamilton is always calming and compassionate. I honestly could not be happier with my choice in trusting him with my prenatal care (including the "high risk" conditions I've had during pregnancy) and delivery of my littles. I have total faith in his judgement, and completely trust him. I have recommended Dr. Hamilton to many people, and will continue to do so. He's truly the best! See More
Marta Santos Wiser
· November 3, 2017
Dr. Hamilton is a wonderful Doctor and answers all questions I have.
Mollie Raymond Creasey
· May 19, 2015
Dr. Hamilton delivered my 3rd son almost 17 years ago. I was nervous about making a change, but the doctor who delivered my first two boys had retired. I did not want to go to a large practice where... I would see 3-4 different doctors. Dr. Hamilton has a private practice and gives you thorough and individualized care. He is kind, calm, and patient, putting his full attention on you. I was so relieved to find a doctor that had those qualities. Now fast forward 17 years. My soon to be step daughter is expecting her first child. She has been a patient at another practice. Several days ago she began having complications with the pregnancy. We were left scared and confused with many unanswered questions. She decided she wanted a second opinion. The office staff was kind and understanding and gave her an appointment that same day. Dr. Hamilton was also kind and understanding, providing as much information as possible. He truly was a blessing today. Thank you, See More
Claire Lister Ellinger
· January 22, 2014
After being a patient at a large ob/GYN partnership for a few months, I quickly realized it was not for me. I asked around for recommendations for a doctor who was in a solo practice, and who was "lai...d back," let patients have the control of their care (particularly their birth experiences), yet was thorough and up-to-date with all medical options available. I found this and more at Dr. Hamilton's practice. Very efficient; never a wait time; friendly nursing and reception staff who know me and both my boys by name. I would never dream of going to another practice. "Spoiled" by all the personal care! See More
Crystal Tulloch
· February 12, 2014
Dr. Hamilton truly is a God send! He is by far the best obgyn I have encountered I would never dream of going anywhere else he has brought both of my children into this world and is the reason my son here! I trust him whole heartedly with my care and would recommend him to anyone!! See More
Davina Wengren
· August 18, 2015
I switched doctors my last pregnancy to go see Dr. Hamilton. They are awesome at his office. Very caring doctor, always willing to take the time to answer questions. Always available in an emergency! ... Good OB GYN's are very very hard to find, especially if you have the slew of reproductive issues I have! See More
Robin Jones Coppock
· October 30, 2013
I cannot say enough about Dr. Hamilton. He is always there for his patients. His sense of humor is priceless and he always makes his patients feel comfortable. I have never waited more than 5 minutes ...for my appointment and that in itself is remarkable! His office staff is friendly and efficient. I highly recommend Dr. Hamilton! See More
Brittany Brock Denny
· July 14, 2017
The best doctor I have ever had by far. Wish I would have found him sooner.
Ashley Greene
· January 18, 2014
Sweetest most kind man ever!!! He was wonderful, answered the phone for me if I called after hours. Answered all my questions and was always there. The girls were amazing as well. You can tell he take...s great care of his staff. Suzie is awesome!!! See More
Miarra Japeál Soulier
· August 3, 2017
Personable , and family feel , professional employees .
Mallory Haines
· December 10, 2013
Love, Love, LOVE Dr. Hamilton and his staff! He is the most patient, kind, and calming Dr. I've ever known. I am blessed to call him MY Dr. and I'm so grateful to him for safely delivering our preci...ous baby girl. Thank you Dr. Hamilton! See More
Denise Antil
· December 13, 2013
As one who had worked in anesthesia for years, I've seen the good, the bad and the ugly. Dr. Hamilton is the good; he's skilled, talented and smart. I wouldn't go anywhere else.
Helen Sparks-Cielakie
· December 12, 2013
Dr. Hamilton is excellent! It is great having a doctor who doesn't double and triple book appointments. But more importantly, Dr. Hamilton and his staff make you feel as if they're truly happy to se...e you and best of all, remember your name! See More
Renita Gray
· March 8, 2016
I love my Dr..he is awesome I will stay with him forever..he's the best
Dorey Reynolds
· May 7, 2014
Thanks Dr. Hamilton for everything you and your staff have done for our family. Happy Mother's Day to all the moms out there.
Stefanie Burrell
· July 22, 2014
The best OB/GYN doctor I've ever seen. Professionalism is unmatched. Excellent bedside manners during my hospital stays. Checked on me repeatedly. Excellent excellent excellent
Carol Clark
· July 29, 2014
Well from what I can see she has a very nice smile and a very handsome man but that's all I can se

Ashley McDade Riddle
· September 27, 2014
Amazing Dr! He also has wonderful staff.
Dr. William Hamilton

Since the American Heart Association has designated February as Women's Heart Disease Awareness Month, the color red is not just for Valentine's Day anymore. Go Red for Women is the American Heart Association's national movement to end heart disease and stroke in women - - Heart disease continues to be the number one cause of death for women, and with changing blood pressure guidelines, more women are at risk for heart attack than ever. If you are due (or overdue) for heart disease and health screening, please do not hesitate to contact our office at (540) 373-4700.

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January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. ( ) Screening for cervical cancer involves PAP smear testing and may be combined with testing for the HPV virus. Yearly screening is not necessary for all women, but interval screening is still needed. The frequency of testing is determined by medical history and other issues. If you have questions and are due (or overdue) for cancer screening, please do not hesitate to contact our office at (540) 373-4700.

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Happy Thanksgiving from our family to yours! Remember -- moderation is the key, but post-feast naps are a wonderful tradition!

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On this holiday, we are thankful for all those who have served our nation.

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October is dominated by the color pink for Breast Cancer Awareness. Early detection of breast cancer is the cornerstone of successful treatment, and regular mammogram screening is still the standard. The option for different types of mammogram testing continue to evolve, so it is important to stay informed. If you haven't had recent screening, contact your physician, update your family history, and continue to do self-exams. If we can be of assistance, please do not hesitate to contact our office at (540) 373-4700.

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A Southern Boy Recipe

Saturday mornings at the farmer's market offer a great variety of fresh summer vegetables. Take advantage of the season's bounty with a savory tomato and vidalia onion pie. Add another egg if you prefer a firmer filling. Need a shortcut? Purchase a ready-made crust. Perfect for brunch and delicious warm or cold, this "made from scratch pie" is worth the effort and sure to please everyone! Check out the recipe here

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The start of summer June 21st is the summer solstice, and this longest day has been adopted by the Alzheimer's Association as a day of national awareness. As women live longer, increasing numbers are being affected by Alzheimer's and dementia. This puts a burden on families and caregivers. Caring for a family member affected by Alzheimer's has been described as "the longest day." If you or your family are affected by this condition, reach out to the Alzheimer's Association at for additional information and support, or contact our office at 373-4700.

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The best way to start Father's Day is to help others, and the best way to help others this Sunday is to participate in the Battling Cancer 5K. A fundraiser for Mary Washington Cancer Foundation and a true family event. This walk/run was started by Kyle Pfohl in 2012 to honor his mother, Annette, who had breast cancer. Sadly, she passed away in November 2016, but her spirit continues to inspire others. Check out the website at WWW.BATTLINGCANCERRACE.COM and join us Sunday morning to raise funds for cancer patients in the Fredericksburg area. Happy Father's Day to your fathers and ours!

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As mosquito season returns, so do concerns regarding Zika virus exposure. The CDC has updated travel and testing guidelines recently, and the Virginia Department of Health will host a day-long clinician forum at the Fick Conference Center this month. The good news is that Zika virus has not been detected in Florida surveillance programs this year, suggesting success with their eradication program. For more detailed information, consult or websites. If you have specific questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact our office.

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As January draws to a close, don't forget this is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. Since the introduction of Pap Smear Screenings in the 1950's, cervical cancer deaths have declined by over 70%. Cervical cancer was once a leading cause of cancer death for women, but with early detection and the implementation of HPV vaccines, it may even be eliminated within our lifetimes. As a reminder, if you are due (or overdue) for your exam, please don't hesitate to contact our office at (540) 373-4700.

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month may be over, but breast cancer screening continues year-round. We are fortunate to have an excellent Breast Cancer Program at Mary Washington, but successful treatment depends on regular screening for early detection. If you are due (or overdue) for your mammogram, have questions about 3-D or MRI screening, or concerns about self-exams, please don't hesitate to contact our office.

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William A. Hamilton MD, FACOG updated their status.

Due to new VDOT construction going on in front of our office you will no longer be able to access the Snowden Office Park in the usual manner. We suggest that you turn onto Cowan Boulevard and go to Hospital Drive. Bear right at the circle and follow Sam Perry Boulevard in front of Mary Washington Hospital. Turn right onto Mary Washington Boulevard and then right into the Snowden Office Park. We appreciate your patience and please feel free to call the office if you have questions.

With the arrival of Zika virus in south Florida, the Virginia Dept of Health has updated screening recommendations and included travel restrictions to those areas. As well, the State of Virginia is testing mosquitoes in this area for presence of the virus. There is currently no evidence of local mosquito-borne transition of Zika virus in Virginia. The Department of Health has reinforced avoidance of mosquito bites, reducing mosquito habitats at your home, and staying updated on travel advisories through As always, if you have questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact our office.

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