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Two physicians join Akron Children’s Hospital in maternal fetal medicine

Dr. Anton Huynh

11-11-2019 (Akron, Ohio)

Anhtuan Huynh, D.O., and Jodi Regan, M.D., recently joined Akron Children’s Hospital’s Maternal Fetal Medicine (MFM) department.

Prior to joining Akron Children’s, obstetrician and gynecologist Dr. Huynh saw patients at Cleveland Clinic’s Women’s Health Institute at the Main Campus in Cleveland and at Fairview Hospital in Lorain, Ohio. He also worked in obstetrics and gynecology at Akron General Medical Center in Akron and as a physician at OB/GYN of the Reserve in Bath, Ohio.

He received his degree in osteopathic medicine from the Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences College and Osteopathic Medicine in Tulsa. He also has a bachelor of science degree in radiologic technology from The University of Oklahoma in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Dr. Huynh lives in the Montrose area with his fiance and her five children.

Dr. Jodi Regan

Dr. Regan had practiced general obstetrics and gynecology for 12 years prior to beginning a fellowship at the University of Cincinnati in 2011. She has practiced MFM in the past at the University of Cincinnati and was affiliated with Kettering Medical Center in Dayton through the University of Cincinnati. Most recently she practiced in Tucson, Arizona. 

In addition to her fellowship in MFM, she completed her internship and residency at The University of Cincinnati in Cincinnati and earned her medical degree from The University of Minnesota Medical School in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She has a bachelor’s degree in music from the College of St. Benedict in St. Joseph, Minnesota.

Dr. Regan is married and lives in the Akron area.

Akron Children’s Maternal Fetal Medicine providers manage complications in pregnancy, including multiple pregnancies, placental abnormalities, fetal anomalies, genetic disorders, nutritional issues and infectious diseases. Preconception services are also available for women with medical or family histories that put them at risk for pregnancy complications or for couples concerned about genetic conditions and disorders.