Lisa Bukovac, DO

About OBHG

Our History Our Approach Our Team Christopher C. Swain David C. Swain Leonard (Lenny) Castiglione Kevin Krenzke Marc L. Kerlin Mark N. Simon, MD Tama LeBlanc Christie Cook Buchholz Cliff J. Lawrence, Esq. Barbara Fry Charlie Jaynes, MD Nicholas Kulbida, MD Jane van Dis, MD Susie Wilson, MD Charles Rollison, MD Sue Smith, MD Rakhi Dimino, MD Will McDonald Heather Moore Amy VanBlaricom, MD Don Toatley, MD Alissa Erogbogbo, MD Stephen T. Bashuk MD Kevin Burlison, MD Donna Vaughan Nick Sacco Cheryl Slack Lisa Bukovac, DO
"The second night after OBHG started, a woman came in with an abruption and needed a stat C-section surgery. The OBHG physician got her into surgery within 16 minutes vs. the standard of 30 minutes. This probably averted a disaster and went a long way in confirming our decision with the nurses and local groups."

– RN, Administrative Director, Women’s and Children’s Services at St. Mary’s Hospital Bon Secours Health in Richmond, VA

Lisa Bukovac, DO,
Medical Director of Operations

Dr. Lisa Bukovac is an advocate for women’s reproductive rights and believes all women should have access to quality healthcare. Prior to joining OBHG in 2014, she served as the section chief for Augusta Health Center in Virginia. As an OBHG Medical Director of Operations, she provides clinical management to support OBHG programs in Virginia and other states, in addition to her role as an OB hospitalist and site director at Winchester Medical Center in Virginia. In 2018, Dr. Bukovac was the recipient of an OBHG Excellence in Clinical Leadership Award.

Dr. Bukovac received a bachelor’s degree in biology and Russian studies from Randolph-Macon Woman’s College and a DO degree from the University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences, Des Moines. She completed an internship and residency at St. Luke’s Hospital Allentown campus.

Outside of medicine, Dr. Bukovac enjoys traveling with her husband and four children. She is an avid reader and fan of Stephen King and wants to work at Walt Disney World as the Fairy Godmother when she retires.