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Ugonna Ada Anyanwu
Cone Health Medical Group

Ugonna Ada Anyanwu, MD

Specialties and/or Subspecialties

  • Obstetrics/Gynecology
Patient Rating
4.6/5 (Based on 81 Reviews)
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Dr. Ugonna Anyanwu enjoys providing care for women of all ages. She has been a member of the Cone Health medical staff since 2008 and is fluent in the Nigerian lgbo language.

Areas of Interest

Her interests include high-risk obstetrics, surgical management of gynecologic problems, and the prevention of cervical cancer.



Medical School

Yale Univ School of Medicine


Brigham & Women`s Hospital

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology


Provider Review Comments

September 16, 2021
Following my visit, I called my daughter to recommend Dr. Anyanwu.
August 07, 2021
Dr Anyanwu is a fabulous doctor and involved me in decisions.
July 30, 2021
Proactive communication with excellent "bedside manner"
June 04, 2021
I love Dr. A she is the sweetest and makes me feel really comfortable about my health. she keeps me informed about my health with any updates that may happen
May 30, 2021
the doctor gave me a next step to take, but did not ask any follow up questions to know more about my health concern or symptoms.
April 16, 2021
Doctor was very knowledgeable and gave me the best options and advice for my current situation
April 10, 2021
very good doctor
March 22, 2021
good experience
March 14, 2021
Dr. Anyanwu was a very patient and thoughtful in her responses.
March 13, 2021
She told me everything of what I need and what you would have to do can't say anything but good things because like I said it was one of the best doctor offices I've been to!!!
February 27, 2021
The only reason that I wouldn't is because other providers are letting support partners in for ultrasounds at the very least during Covid. I think that's extremely unreasonable considering they are the child's parent. Even regarding staff and patient safety it's not right to take those rights away from parents. It's hard on the mental health of a lot of moms. It's a vulnerable time and safety is important but so is the well being of your patients.
December 20, 2020
MD was very thorough.
December 18, 2020
The doctor is very friyand accessible.
December 18, 2020
I have been seeing Dr Anywanu for 10 or 11 years now. she is very kind, knowledgeable, listens to my concerns, explains things so I can understand it and is genuinely concerned with my well being-both physically and mentally (have a lot of stress right now with new house build and after my diagnosis of breast cancer back in 2017. still having nerve pain currently but going to therapy-which is helping a lot)
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