Catherine Schuller, MD, FACOG
Assistant Professor of Women's Health
Department of Primary Care
- MD, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
- BS, University of Virginia
Dr. Schuller currently serves as an Assistant Professor in Women’s Health. She completed her undergraduate education at the University of Virginia where she graduated with distinction. She went on to complete her medical school at Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine where she graduated with AOA designation.
She then completed her internship and residency at the University of Kentucky where she was honored to serve as Chief Resident. She won many teaching awards during her time at the University of Kentucky and is most proud of being designated the best resident educator throughout all specialties.
Dr. Schuller works under the guidance of Dr. John Pierce in addition to serving as partners together at Women’s Health Services of Central Virginia where they practice full spectrum obstetrics and gynecology.
Dr. Schuller teaches Patient-Centered Medicine (PCM) to the second-year students, introducing surgical skills, and helping coordinate both the Women’s Health course during the second year of medical school and the third year OBGYN clerkship experience.