Staci McHale , MD, FACOG

Care Center: WHASN Sunset Valley

Phone Number: (702) 342-9679

With nearly 20 years of experience, Dr. Staci McHale is a dedicated and compassionate OB/GYN who takes pride in giving personalized care. Her approach is deeply rooted in getting to know her patients as individuals and she considers it a privilege to be part of their most significant life moments. She believes in spending ample time with her patients and encourages active participation in decision-making regarding their care. Having shared in the births of more than 8,000 babies, Dr. McHale finds immense joy and satisfaction in her career.

Dr. McHale’s journey into medicine began in college as an emergency room technician where she discovered her passion for healthcare. This passion led her to medical school where she was drawn to women’s health. It provided an opportunity for her to care for patients over their lifespan, build lasting connections with them, celebrate with them, support them through difficult times, and offer educated solutions to their medical issues.

While delivering babies initially captivated her, the evolving field of gynecologic surgery and treatments solidified her choice to pursue Obstetrics and Gynecology as a specialty. She became robotics-certified after fifteen years of practice and is currently studying to become a menopause-certified practitioner (MSCP), with plans to sit for the exam in October 2024.

Recognized for her experience in managing high-risk pregnancies, Dr. McHale consistently delivers quality care to those with complicated conditions. She also has a special interest in helping women navigate the transitions of perimenopause and menopause, offering unique expertise honed over years of practice.

Dr. McHale is active in medical association leadership, serving as the president of the Clark County Medical Society from 2021-2022 as well as other leadership roles for the past decade. In 2021, she was awarded the Community Service Award from the Nevada State Medical Association for leading the “Mask A Hero” project during the COVID-19 pandemic. An associate faculty member for the Sunrise Health Consortium GME program, she has trained more than 25 future family practice physicians at Southern Hills Hospital since 2021.

Dr. McHale has been practicing in Southern Nevada since 2008, following her medical education at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center and residency at The Reading Hospital and Medical Center in Pennsylvania.

Having spent her clinical years in El Paso, TX, Dr. McHale is proficient in medical Spanish.

Outside of her professional life, Dr. McHale and her husband, Tim, enjoy RV adventures, boating at Lake Mead, and participating in the St. Jude Marathon Weekend in support of their niece Scout, a brain cancer survivor. They are proud pet parents to two cats and love spending time with their five nieces and nephews. Dr. McHale also enjoys reading mystery novels, learning about wine, and cheering on the Vegas Golden Knights.