“I have always had an interest in women's health, and I like the variety that obstetrics and gynecology provides,” says Diana Divanji, M.D. “In one day, I can counsel patients on family planning, do a well-woman exam, work up infertility, and perform surgery. I also love that I am allowed to be part of such an exciting moment in people's lives – the birth of their child. It is truly and honor, and the best feeling in the world.” She especially enjoys connecting with patients and building a trusting relationship. “It can be scary to experience a new symptom or get a new diagnosis or result you do not understand,” she says. “I like being able to help alleviate that fear.” Dr. Divanji helps women understand their health and make informed decisions. “Helping patients understand their health care and feel comfortable with their decisions is my most important role as a physician. It is also my job to stay up to date on the current evidence-based guidelines and treatment options available.” She emphasizes both surgical and non-surgical treatment of abnormal bleeding, uterine fibroids and ovarian cysts. Dr. Divanji likes counseling and treating abnormal pap smears and has extensive experience caring for both low- and high-risk pregnancies. She completed a year-long fellowship in advanced pelvic surgery, where she received special training in minimally invasive surgeries. This included laparoscopic and robotic technology as well as vaginal surgery, including hymenectomy, cold knife cones, hysteroscopy, and endometrial ablations. Dr. Divanji was born and raised in Sugar Land, Texas. She has lived all across the country from Ithaca, New York, to Dallas, Texas, to San Francisco, California. She’s grateful to now call Portland home. She and her husband love to travel and hike with their dog. They also welcomed a daughter, Ava, to the family in 2019. In her free time, Dr. Divanji likes to bake, drink coffee, and do arts and crafts.
University of Texas 2011
Parkland Hospital 2014
Texas Healath Presbyterian Hospital 2015
University of Texas 2010
American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Obstetrics and Gynecology