Christina Lyn Cox-Lebreton, MD

OB/GYN, Obstetrics and Gynecology

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Christina Lyn Cox-Lebreton, MD

About Christina Lyn Cox-Lebreton, MD

After receiving a Master of Science in physiology from VCU's Medical College of Virginia, Dr. Cox Lebreton earned her medical degree from Eastern Virginia Medical School. She completed an obstetrics and gynecology internship at Jamaica Hospital Medical Center in New York City, followed by residency training at West Virginia University.

Finding it satisfying to offer individualized care throughout all phases of life, Dr. Cox Lebreton appreciates the opportunity to build lasting relationships with women as they navigate many exciting and challenging events. She believes that her role is to establish teamwork with her patients and medical partners in order to provide the best possible care, education and support.

Dr. Cox Lebreton enjoys all aspects of women's health from primary to surgical care, with special interests in pediatric and adolescent gynecology, general and high-risk obstetrics, minimally invasive surgery and missionary medicine.

A Virginia native, Dr. Cox Lebreton was born in Falls Church and raised in Manassas. Ever since her undergrad years at the College of William & Mary, she has felt at home in Williamsburg, a community she is now excited to share with her husband and daughter. Family time—especially outdoors—is one of Dr. Cox Lebreton’s favorite activities, as are running, photography and travel.


Medical: Eastern Virginia Medical School
Residency: West Virginia University School of Medicine
Internship: Jamaica Hospital Medical Center

Board Certifications

American Board of Obstetrics & Gynecology - Obstetrics and Gynecology


Riverside Partners in Women's Health - Williamsburg

120 Kings Way, 3400, Williamsburg, VA 23185



Riverside Brentwood Medical Center - OBGYN

10510 Jefferson Avenue, D, Newport News, VA 23601



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