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Yvonne Gomez-Carrion ’79

Yvonne Gomez-Carrion '79

Yvonne Gomez-Carrion is an assistant professor in obstetrics and gynecology at Harvard Medical School and director of Boston’s Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center’s (BIDMC) Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Resident Surgical Service. She completed her residency training at New York-Columbia Presbyterian Hospital and joined BIDMC in 1987.

Yvonne is a gynecologic surgeon who performs complex procedures via both open and minimally invasive approaches. She believes in a holistic approach to health care and has devoted her professional life to educating patients about their bodies’ function and resiliency.

Outside of work, she is involved in several community organizations including the Resilient Sisterhood Project, Community Conversations and the Concerned Black Men of Massachusetts. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends and writing poetry.


Fighting the Stigma: Open Conversations on Mental Health

Saturday, October 5

Join us as we destigmatize the discussion on mental health and learn how to be a safe space for others along their journeys. Hear from Princeton alumni and community members as they share their personal testimonies navigating mental health issues (or providing counsel) at Princeton and beyond.

Moderator: Duane E. McWaine ’80, Psychiatrist

Caty Caldwell ’13, Technical Program Manager, Microsoft
David Campbell, Clinical Psychologist & Coordinator of the Clinical Psychology Postdoctoral Training Program at Counseling & Psychological Services
Yvonne Gomez-Carrion ’79, Assistant Professor in Obstetrics & Gynecology, Harvard Medical School
Beatrice Salter ’77, Clinical Psychologist