We believe a little extra care and kindness goes a long way. That’s why we make it our business to provide you with a personable experience and an individualized treatment plan each and every time.
Dr. Mala Freeman-Kwaku, a board certified obstetrician/gynecologist was born and raised in Norfolk, Virginia.
After completing her undergraduate degree and her medical training from the University of Virginia, she finished her residency at Georgetown University. Dr. Freeman-Kwaku joined Arboretum Obstetrics and Gynecology in 2002. After 20 years practicing Obstetrics, she has recently transitioned the practice to gynecological care only. She is married to Dr. Hans Kwaku and they have four children.
In her spare time Dr. Freeman enjoys spending time with her family, travel and being involved in her church. She also enjoys getting to know her patients very well and feels it is important to consider the whole woman when evaluating their health care needs.
Dr. Deborah Parry Warren, a board certified Obstetrician/Gynecologist was born in Akron, Ohio and raised in Bradenton, Florida.
She completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Florida and medical training at Wake Forest University. After completing her residency at the Medical University of South Carolina she partnered with Lake Norman Ob/Gyn in private practice for 12 years. Dr. Warren has worked part-time with Arboretum Ob/Gyn since 2014.
She is married to Dr. Tom Warren and they have four children. In her spare time she enjoys medical mission work and spending time with her family.
Brenda Lieberman is a dedicated healthcare leader, holding a Master of Science in Nursing from Wayne State University, with a focus on Advanced Practice Nursing in Women, Neonates, and Children. Her commitment to patient education drives her efforts to inform them about contraception, reproductive health, and pregnancy options.
Skilled in reproductive health physical exams, Brenda specializes in executing Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) screening and other necessary procedures. She provides comprehensive gynecological and reproductive health care, from preventive services to prompt responses in urgent situations.
Education remains a top priority for Brenda. Besides educating her patients, she serves as an adjunct instructor for the University of North Carolina, teaching women’s health to Family Nurse Practitioner students while pursuing a doctorate in nursing practice.
Beyond her profession, Brenda enjoys travel, dancing, movies, exploring new foods, and planning events.