Janusz Rudnicki, MD, FACOG: Advancing Robotic Gynecological Surgery at St. John’s Riverside Hospital
Janusz Rudnicki, MD, FACOG, robotic gynecological surgeon at St. John’s Riverside Hospital and Assistant Clinical Professor at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, discusses the advantages of robotic surgery.
Ephraim Resnik, MD, FACS, FACOG: Providing a High Level of Gynecologic Oncology Care at Nyack Hospital
Dr. Resnik has broad expertise in gynecologic oncology and a well-established reputation for effective management of complex patient cases. Now, he offers a wide range of gynecologic procedures close to home.
NewYork-Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital: A Regional Partner for Preconception, Infertility and Prenatal Care
From preconception counseling and infertility management to routine obstetric care and the availability of a Level II NICU, NewYork-Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital offers high-level care in a reassuring environment at every stage of a woman’s journey to motherhood.
NewYork-Presbyterian/Lawrence Hospital: Standardization and Collaboration Inform Obstetric/Gynecologic Care
Inside and outside today’s hospital walls, physicians are partnering across disciplines to create processes that contribute to patient safety and quality of care. That interdisciplinary commitment is evident at NewYork-Presbyterian/Lawrence Hospital.
Practicing Preventive Medicine: Defending against Allegations of Negligence during Gynecological Surgery before the Lawsuit Begins
Laparoscopic surgery has been widely utilized, with technical advancement and procedures consistently developing. Robotic laparoscopic hysterectomy is but one example of innovation in gynecologic surgery.
Englewood Hospital and Medical Center’s Family Birth Place — Delivering with 5-star Comfort and Care
The newly renovated Family Birth Place gives expectant mothers the option to deliver their babies at a facility featuring state-of-the-art technology carefully incorporated into a luxurious environment.
Beyond routine clinical and lab data analysis concerning prenatal and postpartum obstetrical care, infection-related scenarios and other unexpected complications can arise, posing serious risks and emotionally fraught treatment options to be discussed with patients. Such situations impact the prospective management plan in significant ways.
Even before the passage of the Affordable Care Act, the board of governors at Lawrence Hospital Center had established a plan for restructuring the face of health care in the hospital’s surrounding area.