There is so much preparation for the pregnancy and delivery, I found that even I as an ob/gyn was unprepared for the physical, emotional, and social dynamic changes that happens in the postpartum period. It seems to be the big secret that nobody discusses until one is actually going through it. After carrying a fetus […]
Rasha Hashad, M.D.
Board Certified OB/GYN
Resident Medical Advisor, Uccellino
Dr. Rasha Hashad is a board certified Ob/Gyn who has been a practicing physician with Mission Ob/Gyn in Mission Viejo, CA. She completed a combined six-year undergraduate/medical education at University of Missouri, Kansas City and her OB/GYN residency at the University of California, Irvine. She is a Diplomat, American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology and a Fellow, American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.
Dr. Hashad`s practice includes general and high-risk obstetrics. In addition, she treats a broad range of gynecological conditions. Dr. Hashad views medicine as a team effort, in which she believes it is special relationship between the physician and their patient. As someone who has grown up, trained and worked in Orange County, she considers her practice an extended family. Having gone through many similar issues, including becoming a mother, she feels “camaraderie” amongst her patients.
Dr. Hashad is also the resident OB/GYN Medical Advisor, for Uccellino, the first personal post-natal resource of its kind. A concept that was born from personal experience of new parents, Uccellino will assist you in working through those first few weeks of your baby’s life. Through an assigned Newborn Development Guide and online resources, you will have in-home support and guidance to calm your anxieties about your baby’s development. You can learn more about Uccellino at www.myuccellino.com.
Dr. Hashad enjoys travelling, skiing and spending time with her family.
When I had my first baby, I felt that I was very unprepared for the tidal wave that would change life as I knew it. I could never have imagined the love, devotion and sacrifice that I would make to a person I had just met. But despite being an ob/gyn, I was unprepared for […]