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Sentara · EVMS Comprehensive Pelvic Floor Center

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Located on the campus of Sentara. Princess Anne Hospital in Virginia Beach

Meet the Pelvic Floor Team

A Better Patient Experience

The Sentara · EVMS Comprehensive Pelvic Floor Center combines the latest in research, state-of-the-art technology and a multidisciplinary care team to bring our patients quality, advanced diagnosis and treatment options.

It is one of the few centers where physicians and specially-trained clinical staff work side-by-side to diagnose and provide care for pelvic floor disorders. The Center utilizes specialists including urogynecology, gastroenterology, specialized radiology, urology, colorectal medicine and surgery, physical medicine and rehabilitation, nutrition and physical therapy to provide advanced care for women and men with problems related to the lower urinary tract or bowel and the pelvic floor.

All of our medical professionals are deeply committed to their patients and to delivering the highest quality of care. These caring professionals work together as a team to give their patients the attention, treatment and services they need to ensure their health and wellbeing. To learn more about the Sentara · EVMS Comprehensive Pelvic Floor Center Medical Team, click on the links below:

Peter Takacs, MD, PHD »
Ed Robey, MD »
Patricia Raymond, MD »
Jeffrey McTavish, MD »
Colorectal Surgeon:
William Rudolph, MD »
Physical Therapist:
Sentara Physical Therapy »
Kindra A. Larson, MD »

Patient Navigator

Our patient navigator is a specially-trained Clinical Nurse Specialist who supports patients through the complexities of the health care system; educates about the disease process and treatments; answers questions; and coordinates care through all phases of treatment. Contact our patient navigator to discuss your current symptoms and determine if a visit to our Center might offer a solution that dramatically improves your quality of life.

Phelecia Riddick-Debnam, RN
Patient Navigator