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Steven Adashek, MD, FACOG

Steven Adashek, MD, FACOG

Steven Adashek, MD, FACOG

Accepts New Patients

Offers Virtual Visits


Lutherville Timonium Office

1205 York Road
Suite 12
Lutherville Timonium, MD 21093

Accepts New Patients

Offers Virtual Visits



“Women lead complicated lives with issues that can have a profound effect on every aspect of their lives. Listening to my patients’ concerns, sharing medical information, and making them an active participant in their health care, are central to my practice of medicine. One of the joys of being an ob-gyn is being part of a patient’s life over many years. From young teens to post-menopausal women, I seek to improve my patients’ overall health and sense of well-being by providing compassionate care for all stages of a woman’s life.”

Board Certification

Obstetrics and Gynecology

Areas of Expertise

Gynecology and Advanced Gynecologic Surgery
Infertility and Pelvic Pain
Mental Health, PMS, Anxiety, Depression, Trauma & Eating Disorders
Minimally Invasive and Robotic Surgery Endometriosis


Internship and Residency
University of Maryland Medical Center  
Obstetrics and Gynecology  
Baltimore, MD  
1984 and 1987

Medical School
University of Florida College of Medicine  
Doctor of Medicine  
Gainesville, FL  

Undergraduate School
Washington University  
Bachelor of Arts in Biology and Music  
St. Louis, MO  

Affiliated Hospitals

Franklin Square Hospital
Good Samaritan Hospital
Greater Baltimore Medical Center
St. Joseph Medical Center
Towson Surgical Center
Union Memorial Hospital
University of Maryland Medical Center

Professional Associations

Maryland Obstetrical & Gynecological Society
1992 – 1993

American Board of Obstetrics & Gynecology
1990 – Present

American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists
1984 – Present

Academic Appointment

University of Maryland
Clinical Associate Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology
1987 – 2002

Personal Interests

Married since 1987, Dr. Adashek lives in Baltimore with his wife and is proud to watch his two sons making their way in the world. He regularly exercises and enjoys cycling and hiking – especially in the National Parks. An avid cook, Dr. Adashek has won numerous awards at the Maryland State Fair, including the prestigious Helen Burns Smyth Award. He enjoys singing, playing guitar and volunteering for events across the city. Dr. Adashek has been consistently named a “Top Doc” in the annual peer-to-peer survey conducted by Baltimore Magazine.

Awards and Honors

"Top Doc", Baltimore Magazine 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017

Service/Volunteer Work

University of Maryland St. Joseph’s Medical Center Multi-Disciplinary Peer Review
2011 – Present

Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts
2010 – Present

University of Maryland St. Joseph’s Medical Center Ob/Gyn Peer Review
2009 – Present

State of Maryland, Department of Health & Mental Hygiene Board of Physicians
Medical Review Committee
2008 – Present

Union Memorial Hospital Tissue Committee
1988 – 1992

GBMC’s Obstetrics Peer Review Committee
1995 – 2002

Baltimore Museum of Art
Print & Drawing Society
1990 – 1999


Dr. Steven J. Adashek is a Board Certified OB-GYN highly skilled in all aspects of gynecology and advanced gynecologic surgery. Dr. Adashek completed his medical school training at the University of Florida and completed his residency in ob-gyn at the University of Maryland. Dr. Adashek serves on the staff of a number of hospitals, including GBMC, University of Maryland St. Joseph’s Medical Center, Franklin Square Medical Center & Sinai Hospital. He is the senior gynecology consultant for Sheppard Pratt. Dr. Adashek has served as the President of the Maryland Ob-Gyn Society and is a frequent commentator on women’s medical issues for local television and radio. Dr. Adashek has been consistently named a “Top Doc” in the annual peer-to-peer survey conducted by Baltimore Magazine. From girls in their teens to women going through menopause, Dr. Adashek takes pride in being a compassionate listener, providing patients with information about the latest advances in patient care and empowering women to become partners in their well-being.