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Our practice is dedicated to the Healthcare of Women and provides complete Obstetrical and Gynecologic services. Physicians are available within our practice specializing in high risk pregnancy and childbirth, the treatment of women with cancer, and problems related to urinary incontinence. Nurse midwives are also available to work with our pregnant patients who choose to be cared for by a midwife. Diagnostic services including Ultrasound, Mammography, Bone Density Testing, Botox®, Laser Hair Removal and Vein Therapy studies are available in many of our offices.

What tests should I consider during my pregnancy? Watch a video about my options for genetic screening in pregnancy.

Be prepared for your Mammogram or Breast Ultrasound appointment ahead of time. Print and fillout this form to save you time in the waiting room. Mammography and Breast Ultrasound Questionnaire

News & Events
May 29th, 2014

Uterine Morcellation – What Is It All About? Surgical options to treat uterine fibroids include hysterectomy (removal of the uterus) or myomectomy (removal of the fibroids with uterine conservation). Depending upon the individual circumstances for each patient, these operations may be performed using different techniques… Continue reading

April 11th, 2014

Having a yearly gynecological exam is an important aspect of responsible preventive health care and ensuring your physical and reproductive well-being. Despite warnings from leading medical organizations, many women fail to have an annual gynecological exam. This costs thousands of … Continue reading

February 24th, 2014

The benefit of mammography can be confusing when considering the physical differences among women. Roughly half of all women have dense breast tissue, and women with high mammographic density are more likely to develop breast cancer during their lives. However, … Continue reading