Dr. Boyd Winslow served for 15 years on the faculty of Eastern Virginia Medical School in Norfolk, reaching the rank of professor of urology. Dr. Winslow came to Richmond in 1995 and joined Virginia Urology, and in 2006 started Children’s Urology of Virginia. In 2017, Dr. Winslow established Dr. Winslow 44, focusing on circumcision at 41-44 weeks after conception,
Dr. Winslow’s practice makes full use that experience to provide services that help parents make healthy, well-informed decisions about circumcision for their newly-born sons. In an effort to contribute to the long-term health of baby boys, he now directs his surgical skills to providing only first-time circumcisions for infants between 41-44 weeks old.
Dr. Winslow was educated at Harvard College and Harvard Medical School, and trained at the Massachusetts General Hospital in adult and pediatric urology.
A leading practitioner, voted "Top Doc" in the practice of newborn urology in the Richmond area, Dr. Winslow's vast experience in the field of circumcisions is a result of over three decades of corrective surgery for newborn boys who were circumcised poorly or who were born with urological health issues.