Meghan E. R. Lynch, M.D., FACOG

OB/GYN

Ob/Gyn Meghan E. R. Lynch, M.D, knows that by the sheer nature of Ob/Gyn medicine, her patients are often nervous prior to their appointments. This is why she strives to make patients feel more at ease during their office visits with appropriate humor, which she believe is good “medicine,” and with knowledge, skill and empathy — all of which hold high importance to her success as an Ob/Gyn.

A native of the area, Dr. Lynch grew up in Mt. Pleasant, SC, graduating from Bishop England, College of Charleston Honor’s Program, and the Medical University of South Carolina. While she enjoys the science behind medicine and the challenge it often presents, it matter infinitely more to her that she is helping people. Being a physician fulfills these professional and personal goals.

As a married mother of four children, Dr. Lynch very much understands her patients as she has been in their shoes many times. Outside of work, she enjoys her family time, reading, movies, and when health and time permits: trips to Disney World with her family.

Education
Resident, Obstetrics and Gynecology 2006-2010
Medical University of South Carolina Charleston, South Carolina

Medical University of South Carolina 2002-2006 Charleston, South Carolina Doctor of Medicine

College of Charleston 1998-2002 Charleston, South Carolina Honor’s Program, Bachelor of Science, Biology, with a minor in Psychology, magna cum laude

Honors

  • Roper Saint Francis Physician Partners Five Star Excellence Overall Quality of Doctor’s Care (2011-2019)

Medical University of South Carolina

  • Psychiatry Core Honors
  • Family Medicine Core Honors
  • Obstetrics and Gynecology Core Honors
  • MUSC Gives Back Volunteer Award
  • Gold Humanism Society Nominee

College of Charleston

  • Presidential Honors Scholarship
  • South Carolina Life Scholarship
  • W. James Briston Endowed Scholarship
  • Anne Marie Kathryn White Memorial Scholarship
  • Highly Distinguished Faculty Honor’s List
  • Graduation Marshall

Presentations/Research:

Predictors of Successful Induction in Nulliparous Patients at Term, research at Medical University of South Carolina 2006-2009.

Vitamin D Levels in Lactating Mothers’ Breast Milk as a Function of Skin Pigmentation, Bachelor’s Essay College of Charleston 2001/2002. Advisors Carol Wagner, MD, Medical University of South Carolina; Bruce Hollis, PhD, Medical University of South Carolina; James Smiley, PhD, College of Charleston.

Professional Organizations

  • American College of Obstetrics and Gynecologists
  • The Medical Society of South Carolina
  • South Carolina Medical Association