John T. Bruchalski

John T. Bruchalski
John T. Bruchaslki

Dr. Bruchalski received his medical degree from the University of South Alabama College of Medicine in 1987. He completed his residency in OB/GYN at Eastern Virginia Medical Center and the Jones Institute for Reproductive Medicine in Norfolk, Virginia in 1991. He received board certification in 1993.

During his training, Dr. Bruchalski performed abortions out of a desire to help women, but realized abortion was not achieving the freedom, health, and happiness they sought. After a spiritual awakening, Dr. Bruchalski returned to the faith and felt God’s call to start a medical speciality practice that truly helped women.  In 1994, Dr. Bruchalski founded Tepeyac in Fairfax, VA, committed to serving all women regardless of their beliefs, background, or financial situation.

In 2000, he founded Divine Mercy Care, a non-profit organization that funds prenatal and postpartum care for the approximately 30% of Tepeyac’s pregnant patients who are in financial need and educates medical students and the broader community about merciful medicine.

As often as possible, Dr. Bruchalski makes himself available to speak before various audiences about ethics and conscience, bioethics, hormone management, fertility, and his own faith testimony.

Dr. John Bruchalksi Given One of Us European Award

On May 27, in Budapest, Dr. John Bruchalksi from Tepeyac and Divine Mercy Care in Fairfax, Virginia, was awarded the One Of Us European award for his work at the service of life, along with a cash price of 10,000 euros. The Jerome Lejeune Foundation is a member of the ONE OF US European Federation for Life and Human Dignity, the biggest European pro-life federation. We congratulate Dr. Bruchalksi for his excellent work!

Posted by Jérôme Lejeune Foundation on Friday, June 2, 2017
Thought #7: Either we will cure them of their innocence, or there will be a new massacre of the Innocents.  
Thought 7
Pr. Jerome Lejeune, "21 Thoughts from Jerome Lejeune"
Thought #6: When parents are worried about a sick child, we have no right to make them wait -not even one night- if we can do otherwise.  
Thought 6
Pr. Jerome Lejeune, "21 Thoughts from Jerome Lejeune"
Thought #5: Again and again we see this absolute misconception of trying to defeat a disease by eliminating the patient! It’s ridiculous to stand beside a patient and solemnly say, ‘Who is this upstart who refuses to be cured ? How dare he resist our art ? Let’s get rid of him!’ Medicine becomes mad science when it attacks the patient instead of fighting the disease. We must always be on the patient’s side, always.  
Thought 5
Pr. Jerome Lejeune, "21 Thoughts from Jerome Lejeune"


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