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George P. Hubbell, M.S.,M.D., F.A.C.O.G.

Dr. Hubbell is a sixth generation Missourian and a third generation physician. He is married to Victoria, his wife of thirty-four years, who is a professor at Stephen's College in Columbia, Missouri. Their two children Kate and Alex, both graduated from USC in Los Angeles, California. Kate works in Washington D.C. on Capitol Hill and Alex works in Southern California. Dr. Hubbell enjoys outdoor activities with his family that include golf, wing shooting, and horticulture.

After graduating from Hickman High School in Columbia, Missouri, he received his BA in Biology from Westminster College. His minor was Chemistry. He was a member of the Chi Mu National Honorary Chemistry Fraternity and the Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity.

Following college graduation, the University of Missouri employed him as a research specialist in the Horticulture Department, where he began graduate work. During this time, he presented at the National Turfgrass Research Group in Baltimore, MD, and the National Agronomy Science Proceedings, in Washington, D.C. His first publication, Proceedings of Missouri: Lawn & Turf Conference, was published in 1983.

Dr. Hubbell received his Masters in Horticulture from the University of Missouri in 1982, and entered the School of Medicine at the University the following year. The Journal of American Horticulture Science published his second article in 1985. He was awarded an M.D. degree from the University in 1987 and was accepted at the University of Michigan Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency. He presented Artificial Insemination-Homologous at the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology District VII Conference in Pt. Clear, Alabama. In 1990, Dr. Hubbell presented Oncogenes in Ovarian Cancer for the University of Michigan Research Program and in 1991, Cancer in Pregnancy for Grand Rounds at the University of Michigan. He also served on the Board of Directors, and as the Vice President and President of the House Officers Association at the University.

Dr. Hubbell completed the requirements of residency in 1991 and began private practice in Osage Beach, Missouri. The company he initiated, Women's Health Consultants, has provided medical support to women of all ages consistently until late 2014. People often ask how many babies Dr. Hubbell has delivered. We estimate this number to be over 6500. He is currently a Fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, which is referenced by the letters F.A.C.O.G. after his name. He currently provides coverage for local lake physician practices.

It is of primary importance in the rapidly changing field of medicine that all doctors keep up-to-date in their fields. Dr. Hubbell is committed to doing this, as evidenced by his presentations, publications, continuing medical education and professional organizations.

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