Meet Our January 2019 Employee of the Month

By emily.blumkin
February 4, 2019

Shaquira Thornton is our Employee of the Month for January 2019! Shaquira is a Sonographer that works out of our Massapequa office, but has been helping out at several of our offices. We would like to extend our appreciation for a job well done.  Shaquira has exemplified high quality customer service to our patients, showed professionalism with ... read more

Learn About World Cancer Day, February 4th 2019

By emily.blumkin
February 4, 2019

Globally, cancer is the second-leading cause of death, with 9.6 million people dying from cancer each year. For women, there are some types of cancers that most often affect women and some are specific to the female reproductive organs. These include, Breast, Endometrial, Vulvar, Cervical, and Ovarian Cancers. Each of these different types of cancers ... read more

Garden OB/GYN: We’re Open During Weekends

By emily.blumkin
February 3, 2019

  Did you know our practice is open 7 days a week, including weekends? We know your schedule is chaotic, so we offer flexible early morning and late night ON/GYN appointments, walk-in appointments as well Saturday and Sunday hours.  ... read more

Learn About The Importance of STD Screening

By emily.blumkin
February 1, 2019

Warm, welcoming, and comforting, Magda Brown, WHNP, shares insight into why STD Screening and testing is crucial for maintaining sexual wellness and women’s wellness.  “Complications of untreated sexually transmitted infections (STIs) include upper genital tract infections, infertility, chronic pelvic pain, cervical cancer, and chronic infection with hepatitis viruses and HIV. Because the incidence of these infections ... read more

Learn More About Pap Smear Tests

By emily.blumkin
January 31, 2019

Meet our amazing PA, Carly Goga. Our patients rave about her compassion, thoroughness, knowledge and kindness. See what she has to say about pap smear tests: A pap smear is an incredibly important test that screens for cervical cancer. This should be done at your well woman exam typically with a pelvic examination. Pap smears ... read more

Our Commack Office is Moving

By emily.blumkin
January 15, 2019

Our Commack Office is moving locations! Starting Monday January 21st 2019, our Commack Office will be located in 5036 Jericho Turnpike, Suite 205, Commack, NY, 11725. Our previous office location on Commack Road will be closed, so please take note of this location change.  The new office features spacious and calming examination and waiting rooms in ... read more

Cervical Cancer Awareness 2019: Schedule A Pap Smear Test

By emily.blumkin
January 4, 2019

Regular, annual Pap smears are important exams, which help in the detection and prevention of cervical cancer. In honor of January being Cervical Cancer Awareness month we urge you to schedule your annual Pap smear for 2019!    ... read more

Modern, Sleek & Full of Color: See our newest NYC office

By emily.blumkin
January 3, 2019

Our 260 E 67th Street Location In Manhattan is super sleek and stunning. With white, clean, modern decor and pops of color, the office has a vibrant and welcoming feel. Pair the ambiance with our expert administration and clinical medical team, and we offer you an excellent, comprehensive appointment experience!  #bwg_container1_0 #bwg_container2_0 .bwg-container-0.bwg-standard-thumbnails { width: ... read more

The Link between Weight And Breast Cancer

By emily.blumkin
December 28, 2018

It is known within the medical community that there is a link between body weight and breast cancer risk for middle-aged or post-menopausal women. Generally, the higher a woman’s Body Mass Index (BMI), the higher her risk for developing breast cancer is. However, new studies are now showing that there may be an association between ... read more

Fetal Assessment in the 21st Century

By Ariel
December 20, 2018

Fetal Assessment in the 21st Century Fetal-Assessment-in-the-21st-Century View full article here: