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Dr. Koehler was born, raised and spent his college years in Michigan. Inspired by his mother, a psychiatric nurse, he became interested in pursuing a medical career at a young age. After completing a residency in Obstetrics & Gynecology at Duke University, Dr. Koehler worked in private OB/GYN practices in Virginia and New York for more than 10 years. In 2012, he moved back to North Carolina with his wife and three sons, grateful for the combined experience of working with patients in private practice and a hospital group, for experiencing a diversity of medical perspectives and techniques from different regions of the United States, and for gaining a broader perspective of multi-cultural medicine and patient care.
Dr. Koehler has performed more than 3,000 surgical procedures. His clinical expertise lies in advanced laparoscopic surgery, including total and supracervical hysterectomies, adnexal masses, pelvic pain and endometriosis; hysteroscopic surgery, such as endometrial ablation, hysteroscopic sterilization, and removal of polyps; as well as urogynecological procedures such as pelvic relaxation repair and incontinence treatment. Further, he is adept in office procedures. Dr. Koehler has extensive experience working with both low- and high-risk OB/GYN patients in tertiary care centers and also serves as the medical director for Baby & Company.
Outside of medicine, Dr. Koehler is an active participant in the sports and activities enjoyed by his three sons. He himself enjoys golf and tennis, and the entire family chooses the beach as their favorite destination. Of note, Dr. Koehler is an avid genealogist and has spent many years tracing his family’s history, with a strong American line. He is descended from William White of the Mayflower, has ancestors who served in the Revolutionary War, and has two ancestors who fought with injuries in the Civil War (one who fought side by side with General George A. Custer). He believes he may have inherited his need for glasses from Benjamin Franklin, his first cousin (11 times removed!).
3000 New Bern Ave.
Raleigh, NC 27610