Meet Dr. Terrani
Dr. Michael Terrani, M.D., FACOG, is the lead OB/GYN physician at Garden OB/GYN, and has developed one of the top multi-location OB/GYN practices in the country. He began studying at the world-renowned Hebrew University Hadassah Medical School in Jerusalem. Following graduation, Dr. Terrani completed his residencies at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and the Long Island Jewish Medical Center. While practicing general surgery, Dr. Terrani found his passion in total fetal care and transitioned his specialty to the OB/GYN field. With his innovative research and exceptional patient care, Dr. Terrani has led Garden OB/GYN to become one of the most trusted and respected multi-location OB/GYN practices in the New York area. His focus on compassion, comprehensive services, and patient education has resulted in unrivaled, personalized care for each patient.
Dr. Terrani is a proud member of America's OB/GYN Board Review Course, The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), and American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM). Through these affiliations, he applies their standards and guidelines not only for himself, but across every aspect of Garden OB/GYN. Dr. Terrani has exhibited extensive knowledge in total fetal care by publishing research on the contributing factors and preventive measures in stillbirths and premature births.
In 2014, Dr. Terrani’s guidance and initiative helped Garden OB/GYN achieve a 3.10% preterm delivery rate, nearly 1/3 of the national average of 11.4%, and less than half the state of New York average at 10.9%.
Representing Garden OB/GYN, Dr. Terrani presented abstracts on cervical length, cervical cerclage, and stillbirth at the International Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology in Rome, Italy (September 2016). As a result of his groundbreaking research on stillbirth, the East European School of Medicine chose Dr. Terrani and Garden OB/GYN to be the recipient of their 2016 Fetal Research Award.
Dr. Terrani continues to lead the Garden OB/GYN team in decreasing near term and term stillbirths by publishing this research in the Spring 2017 Neonatal Intensive Care Journal. Also published in the Spring 2017 Neonatal Intensive Care Journal was research on the cost effectiveness of universal screening and specific treatment regimens in Long Island, and a study on routine universal cervical length screening and reducing the incidence of preterm births.
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