The Women's Health Center was founded with one goal in mind: to bring the best quality gynecological and obstetric care to Southwest Mississippi. That all starts with having the best trained staff to meet every single one of your needs. We are more than doctors, nurses, and medical staff. We are mothers, sisters, daughters, fathers, and husbands to some of the wonderful women that call this place home. We want to see our community thrive just like you do so we treat every patient we see with the care and compassion of a family member. When you get the best in care, you can do your best to make our world a better place. Our greatest contribution comes from keeping you healthy so that you can keep being uniquely wonderful you.
Dr. Louise Gombako-Amos
Doctor Louise Gombako-Amos graduated Magna Cum Laude from Xavier University in New Orleans, Louisiana. While at Xavier University, Dr. Gombako-Amos was a member of Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society and Alpha Epsilon Delta International Honor Society. During her successful college career, Dr. Gombako-Amos was named a Howard Hughes Biomedical Scholar, inducted into the Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society and attended the Baylor/Rice Honor Premedical Academy in Houston, Texas. In 1995, Dr. Gombako-Amos participated in a National Institute of Health (NIH) sponsored research under Dr. Britton Chance, a world renowned scientist at the University of Pennsylvania. The following year, Dr. Gombako-Amos was awarded a Fellowship with the NIH at the Parasitology Institute in Addis Ababa, Ethopia where she conducted experiments with malaria and trapanosomes.
Doctor Gombako-Amos received her medical degree in 2001 from Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans. While a medical student at LSU, she received the distinguished honor of serving on the Medical School's Admission Committee, a committee whose responsibility included selecting new students into the School of Medicine. Doctor Gombako-Amos completed her Obstetrics and Gynecology training in 2005 at Charity/University Hospital in New Orleans and is a Fellow with the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology. She is board certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Doctor Gombako-Amos is an active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated; she currently serves on the Risk Management Committee with The Medical Assurance Company of Mississippi. Doctor Gombako-Amos conducts health lectures throughout Southwest Mississippi for women of all ages with topics ranging from sexually transmitted diseases to obesity. Doctor Gombako-Amos holds a black belt in Taekwondo and she is a proud wife and mother of three children.
Dr. Kevin Richardson
Doctor Richardson received his medical degree in 1998 from LSU School of Medicine in New Orleans. In 2002, he completed his residency training in OBGYN at Charity Hospital in New Orleans. During residency, Dr. Richardson was nominated 1999 Intern of the Year, awarded 2002 first prize for research in molecular dynamics of preeclampsia, and won the award for Best Grand Rounds Lecture for his presentation on breast cancer genetics.
Dr. Richardson graduated from Emory University in 1993, where he simultaneously earned undergraduate degrees in Biology and Art History. While at Emory, he was a Studstill Scholar, received the George Gibbons Award and was awarded the 1992 Georgia Power Prize for research in marine biology. Throughout his undergraduate training, Dr. Richardson conducted research in molecular genetics at The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention.
He is one of the founding physicians of the St. Andrew's Mission Free Medical Clinic, where he has volunteered since 2005.
In 2012, Dr. Richardson was named Medical Director of Quality Improvement at Southwest Mississippi Regional Medical Center.
Dr. Richardson is board certified by the American Board of Obstetrics & Gynecology and is an active member in The American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists. He also is board certified in Health Care Quality and Management (HCQM) from the American Board of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review Physicians (ABQAURP).
Dr. Richardson is married to The Reverend Chris Richardson, a minister in The United Methodist Church. They have three children.
When not delivering babies, performing robotic surgery, or working on hospital quality improvement projects, Dr. Richardson enjoys traveling with his family, classical music, and distance running. He has completed three marathons...and looks forward to running a fourth in the near future.
Dr. David Hubbs
Doctor Hubbs received his medical degree in 1978 at LSU School of Medicine after completing his undergraduate training at LSU in Baton Rouge. He completed his OBGYN residency in 1982 at The University of Tennessee in Memphis. Dr. Hubbs has been an active staff member of Southwest Mississippi Regional Medical Center since 1985. He speaks to numerous community organizations on various women's health issues. Dr. Hubbs is board certified by the American Board of Obstetrics & Gynecology.
Over the years, Dr. Hubbs has brought over 8,000 babies into the world.
Dr. Anh Vu
Dr. Anh Vu received her medical degree in 2012 from LSU School of Medicine in Shreveport, Louisiana. As a medical student, she was a big proponent of the advocating health awareness in the Asian Community and coordinated multiple educational events to the community. Dr. Vu completed her residency training in Obstetrics and Gynecology in 2016 at University Health in Shreveport, Louisiana and has been a member of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology since 2014.
Dr. Vu is originally from the Kenner, Louisiana and grew up in New Orleans, but she is excited to the call McComb, Mississippi her new home. Dr. Vu is passionate about women's healthcare and strongly believes that communication and trust are essential to the doctor-patient relationship.
Away from her medical practice, Dr. Vu enjoys spending time with her family, reading, crafting, and collecting quotes.