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Dr. Mason came to Cleveland Clinic in 2008 after careers in private practice OB GYN in Stillwater Oklahoma and as a practicing OB GYN and hospital medical director for Presbyterian Healthcare in New Mexico. She continues to practice ambulatory Gynecology and is a Certified Menopause Practitioner. She has extensive experience in Medical Quality and serves as Regional Quality Officer for Cleveland Clinic Florida, and is the Women's Professional Staff Association Palm Beach Representative. In addition, she serves on the Board of Directors for the South Florida Affiliate of the Susan G Komen Foundation. Dr. Mason is the mother of two sons, and enjoys her family, friends, and getting out in nature.
Private Practice OB GYN Stillwater Oklahoma 1983-2005
Presbyterian Healthcare, Medical Director Espanola Hospital 2005-2007, Staff OB GYN 2005-2008
Cleveland Clinic Florida 2008 - Present Ambulatory Gynecology
Regional Quality Officer Cleveland Clinic Florida 2014-present
Well woman care, contraception, evaluation and treatment of abnormal paps, HPV, abnormal uterine bleeding, humanitarian medicine, menopause and hormone therapy,diagnostic and operative hysteroscopy, vaginitis, vulvar disease, PMS
Awards & Honors
Physician of the Year for Quality and Patient Safety 2015 Cleveland Clinic Florida
American Women's Medical Association 2016 Local Hero Award
University of Texas Dallas 2001 Master of Science in Medical Management
North American Menopause Society, Certified Menopause Practitioner 2015
American College Obstetrics and Gynecology
American Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology
North American Menopause Society
American Medical Association
Women's Professional Staff Association Cleveland Clinic
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