New Garden OBGYN Commack Office

Garden OB/GYN is proud to announce the opening of our new Commack OB/GYN Office!

Located at 500 Commack Road, Suite 150D in Commack, NY 11725.

Our Commack Office offers all of the comprehensive services offered by Garden OB/GYN, including Annual Exams, Pregnancy Care, Birth Control Consulations, Cancer Screening, Breast Exams, STD testing, Yeast Infection Treatment, Urinary Tract Infection Treatment, Fertility Treatment, Menopause Care and much more!

Our Commack location is affiliated with St. Catherine of Siena Hospital and Good Samaritan Hospital.

Same me day appointments are available with our expert & compassionate team of OB/GYN doctors and providers. We also accept most insurances.

Call today at 631-385-8000 or schedule online through ZocDoc or our Patient Portal to book an appointment today.

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