Ashley Willett, MD

Dr. A. Sunshine Willett provides obstetrics and gynecology care at Louisiana Women’s Health, located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She is a graduate of LSU School of Medicine in New Orleans and completed her residency training at LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans. While there, she was elected as chief resident.

Using a patient-centered approach, Dr. Willett treats obstetrics and gynecology patients of all ages. She specializes in women’s health education, laparoscopic surgery -- including laparoscopic hysterectomies -- and uterine preserving surgery, such as endometrial ablations.

Besides medicated deliveries, Dr. Willett assists with natural childbirth options for low-risk patients. This includes light diet during labor, ambulation during labor, use of a certified doula, tub labor, and intermittent electronic fetal monitoring during labor.

Dr. Willett is board-certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and a fellow of the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. She’s a member of the East Baton Rouge Parish Medical Society, the Louisiana State Medical Society, and the American Society of Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology.

Overview

Specialties

  • OB/GYN

Physician Groups

  • Louisiana Women's Healthcare

CREDENTIALS

Certifications

  • OB/GYN: American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Special Interests

Special Interests

Dr. Willett treats all obstetrical patients from low-high risk, as well as gynecologic patients ranging from adolescence to menopause. Her special interests include women's health education, laparoscopic surgery (including laparoscopic hysterectomy), as well as uterine preserving surgery such as endometrial ablations.

In addition to medicated deliveries, Dr. Willett also practices the following natural childbirth options, for the low risk patient:
  • Light diet during labor
  • Ambulation during labor
  • Use of a certified doula
  • Tub labor
  • Routine Pitocin after delivery not required
  • Intermittent electronic fetal monitoring during labor