Experts Address Questions About Women’s Health Conditions in Live Online Forum

Women are invited to chat live with our experts, from the convenience of their home or office, to learn more about women's health conditions.

November 12, 2013

Women's health conditionsWomen are invited to chat live with our experts, from the convenience of their home or office, to learn more about health topics including menopause, breast cancer, bone health, heart health, and much more.

The 2013 Women’s Health Webcast, will feature eight of MedStar Franklin Square’s women’s health experts in an engaging question and answer session.

Meet our panelists:

Kristen Fernandez, MD, breast surgeon

David Gold, MD, orthopaedic surgeon

Mahfuzul Khan, MD, endocrinologist

Leigh Matlaga, MD, OB/GYN

Sriram Padmanabhan, MD, cardiologist

Jamie Walters, MD, gastroenterologist

About MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center

MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center is a not-for-profit 378-bed community teaching hospital located in the White Marsh section of eastern Baltimore County, Maryland. MedStar Franklin Square provides many medical and healthcare services, including a broad range of healthcare specialties, advanced technologies and treatments not traditionally found at community hospitals. The hospital is ranked third in admissions among all Maryland hospitals and is first in Emergency Department visits with more than 108,000 visits annually. MedStar Franklin Square is accredited by the Joint Commission and certified as a Primary Stroke Center and has earned some of the nation’s most prestigious quality awards including Magnet Designation for excellence in nursing, the Excellence Award for Quality Improvement from the Delmarva Foundation and inclusion in the U.S. News & World Report Best Hospital specialty ranking for four consecutive years. With more than 3,300 employees, MedStar Franklin Square is one of the largest employers in Baltimore County. Visit for more information.

About Lisa Robinson, WBAL-TV 11 News Anchor, I-Team Reporter

Since making her television debut in Baltimore at the age of 8 on Maryland Public Television, it seemed inevitable that Lisa Robinson would someday be working on television in her hometown.

Lisa co-anchors WBAL-TV 11 News Weekend Today on weekend mornings, and reports as a general assignment reporter and a member of the WBAL-TV 11 News I-Team.
Lisa got her start in TV on “Hodge Podge Lodge,” a locally produced nature program at MPT in Owings Mills that was televised across the country.

In high school, Lisa loved writing, and she pursued careers that would let her develop her skills. She selected journalism during her junior year at Archbishop Keough High School in Baltimore.
Lisa had an opportunity to enroll in the Wiley Daniels Broadcast Workshop while in high school. The summer workshop named in honor of the late WJZ-TV newsman, was sponsored by the Association of Black Media Workers, a trade organization that represents black media professionals in Baltimore. Lisa got the opportunity to meet many of Baltimore’s TV personalities and tour local stations, including WBAL-TV, where she would work years later.

Media Contact:

Megan Lutz 
[email protected]

Back to Top