Clinician Education On Weight Loss

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Every week our Garden OB/GYN clinicians have a “Clinicians Meeting.” During these meetings, our medical providers are able to discuss ways to improve patient care, communicate about office happenings, as well as remain up-to-date on recent medical innovations. This week’s meeting was focused on education around the latest weight loss medication. This is important as weight loss may be particularly difficult for women after childbirth and menopause.

Our clinicians met with special guest speaker, Dr. Kaplan, an internist and board-certified Weight-Loss specialist, who gave a presentation on weight loss and weight gain. If you have questions about how your women’s health needs are related to your weight circumstances, feel free to consult with your Garden OB/GYN specialist. They are equipped with well-rounded knowledge in many women’s health aspects related to gynecology and obstetrics.”

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