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Gynecologists & Obstetricians


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Business Listing   Aiken Brenda MD - Bronx, NY - Phone: (718) 405-8040








Business Listing   Beaton Sarah H MD - Bronx, NY - Phone: (718) 409-5454


Business Listing   Bustamente Yorleny MD - Bronx, NY - Phone: (718) 884-0279


Business Listing   Center for Women's Health at the Bronx Pavillion - Bronx, NY - Phone: (718) 823-1010


Business Listing   Dr. Roy Lerner M.D. - Bronx, NY - Phone: (718) 829-1334


Business Listing   Dyson Robert MD - Bronx, NY - Phone: (718) 829-6335


Business Listing   Free Abortion Alternatives - Bronx, NY - Phone: (718) 306-9500


Business Listing   Glasgow Clayton M Dr Gyn - Bronx, NY - Phone: (718) 597-3930



Business Listing   Heartbeat International - Bronx, NY - Phone: (718) 402-4900


Business Listing   Jacobi Medical Center - Bronx, NY - Phone: (718) 918-5435


Business Listing   Lerner Roy MD - Bronx, NY - Phone: (718) 829-1334


Business Listing   Lim Aquilina PC - Bronx, NY - Phone: (718) 863-4421


Business Listing   Mahaswaran Chellappah Dr Obstetrician & Gynecologist - Bronx, NY - Phone: (718) 294-7100


Business Listing   Medical Care Family Health Center - Bronx, NY - Phone: (718) 794-1000


Business Listing   Metropolitan Health Center - Bronx, NY - Phone: (718) 220-0020


Business Listing   Pan Edwin MD - Bronx, NY - Phone: (718) 547-2011


Business Listing   St. Barnabas Community Health Plan/Partners in Health - Bronx, NY - Phone: (718) 960-3730


Business Listing   University Medical Associates - Bronx, NY - Phone: (718) 861-3491


Business Listing   Urological Faculty Associates - Bronx, NY - Phone: (718) 920-9600


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Helpful Definition for: Gynecologists & Obstetricians

Gynecologists & obstetricians, in Bronx, are the two surgical–medical specialists who deal with the problems concerning female reproductive systems in their non-pregnant and pregnant state, respectively. While a gynecologist treats a patient for fertility & conception-related problems, obstetricians are consulted regarding the problems faced during pregnancy & child-birth. In most cases the professions merge i.e. same specialist is found to perform both the roles.

Gynecologists & obstetricians in Bronx need to be specially trained in the following categories:

1. Maternal-fetal medicine or perinatology — an obstetrician specializes in the medical and surgical management of high-risk pregnancies and surgery on the fetus to reduce its morbidity and mortality.

2. Reproductive endocrinology and infertility — a gynecologist focuses on the biological causes and interventional treatment of infertility.

2. Gynecological oncology — a gynecologist is trained to perform the medical and surgical treatment of women with cancers of the reproductive organs.

4. Urogynecology and pelvic reconstructive surgery — a gynecologist also specializes in diagnosis and surgical treatment of women with urinary incontinence and prolapse of the pelvic organs.

5. Family planning — a gynecologist receives training in contraception and artificial pregnancy termination (abortion).

6. Advanced laparoscopic surgery.

7. Paediatric and Adolescent Gynecology.

8. Menopausal and geriatric gynecology.

The Accredited Council of Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) and the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ABOG) have recognized only the first four specializations of those mentioned above, while the rest are considered to be informal concentrations of practice. Gynecologists or obstetricians in Bronx must complete an ACGME-accredited fellowship and receive Certificate of Added Qualifications (CAQ) to receive recognition as a board-certified specialist.

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